Microsoft's GazeSpeak smartphone app interprets eye signals and registers them as letters.
"We wanted to take the piss out of our tech-obsessed world."
Since launching in February this year, Tress has attracted 50,000 users from more than 90 countries.
WhatsApp is seeking to push Skype and FaceTime into the shadows with the new function.
The Italian government will give teenagers €500 to appreciate the country's culture.
Other tech giants that have done battle with Brussels include Google and Amazon.
The online retail giant plans to offer delivery within 30 minutes.
Google is collaborating with Britain's National Health Service.
An artificial intelligence "off" switch and the existence of bulletproof bookbags are among the five things we learned this week.
The onboard streaming app will offer 200 hours of digital films and TV shows.
The radical Islamist group is targeting younger potential members with new alphabet app.
Taxi drivers warn they will take the tournament "hostage" if private hire cabs are not regulated.
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