Apple won't have all of the possible new emoji available by the time iOS 12 and macOS Mojave launch this fall. There's good reason, though.
We've been looking at this issue for a few days, but apparently it has exploded in commonality as more publicity gets piled onto it.
A whole bunch of emoji are ready to go, but you can't use them yet. Instead, your phone's maker will have to code it into a software update...
T-Mobile has all the cool people behind it, but one of our listeners, a Sprint employee, is throwing shade. We shine a light at his case on our show.
The consortium behind the standardization of computer symbols is launching into another cycle of debate and coding of emoji. Well, poo.
July 17 is World Emoji Day and everyone is playing around with the cute little faces, foods and whatnot. Google and Apple show their design transitions.
The Unicode Consortium is recognizing several skin tones and gendered variations in personas like fairies, vampires and magi.
Lines. Gender. More intersect with how other companies' emoji. More understanding. If you can't get emoji in a snap, Google has failed you... until now.
You can be a merperson as you want to be. Want to vomit after eating a raw cut of meat? You may be able to do that all outside of Club Med soon.
The companies are part of the 12-member Unicode Consortium which determine what symbols should be supported as emoji every so often.
The latest set of 74 emoji set to be released this June will not include a dumpling emoji. Learn more about why that's important...? Really? Emoji?