/r/technology is a place to share and discuss the latest developments, happenings and curiosities in the world of technology; a broad spectrum of conversation as to the innovations, aspirations, applications and machinations that define our age and shape our future.
Submissions must be primarily news and developments relating to technology
Self posts must contribute positively to /r/technology and foster reasonable discussion.
Submissions relating to business and politics must be sufficiently within the context of technology in that they either view the events from a technological standpoint or analyse the repercussions in the technological world.
Please do not submit the following:
i) Submissions violating the guidelines.
ii) Images, audio or videos: Articles with supporting image and video content are allowed; if the text is only there to explain the media, then it is not suitable. A good rule of thumb is to look at the URL; if it’s a video hosting site, or mentions
video in the URL, it’s not suitable.
iii) Requests for tech support, questions or help: submit to /r/techsupport, /r/AskTechnology, another relevant community or our weekly Support Saturday threads.
iv) Petitions, Surveys or Crowdfunding (Including ICOs) – submissions of this nature will be removed.
v) Submissions discussing the subreddit itself; they should be submitted to /r/TechnologyTalk, or messaged to the moderators of the subreddit.
vi) Submissions discussing one or more incidents of customer support.
vii) Mobile versions of sites, url shorteners: please directly submit the desktop version of a webpage in all cases.
viii) Social media links/profiles or promotions (eg. Facebook, Instagram, Pintrest etc). Tweets should not be used as a news source unless an official announcement by a verified company or spokesperson.