Google has announced that all Google One subscribers will now get automatic phone backup of photos, videos, and MMS.
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Google announced today that Chrome 77 is now available on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS.
Apple launched the iPhone 11 family, Apple Watch Series 5, and a new iPad, and revealed its pricing for Apple TV+ and Arcade. There's a lot to discuss.
European Union Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has been given additional responsibilities related to digital affairs.
Google announced the release of Flutter 1.9 and that support for web apps has been integrated into the framework’s main repository.
Microsoft could be working on a new portable speaker. Spoiler alert: it's probably not meant for consumers.
Microsoft launches new To Do app design days after Wunderlist creator wanted to buy the app back, and the whole new design seems oriented towards Wunderlist customers.
Alternative web browser maker has finally launched the first mobile version of its product, on Android, in beta form.
Facebook's new Dating service is now available in the United States and 19 other countries as the company looks to get into the dating game.
TomTom announced today that its navigation technology has been integrated into Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform.
Facebook says new users will no longer have their faces in photos scanned automatically, and existing users will be given the option to opt-out.
Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 69, the latest version of its flagship browser for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.
Following Instagram, Facebook is thinking about getting rid of like and reaction counts from its network.
Chris Beard announced today that he will step down from his role as Mozilla CEO at the end of 2019, ending a five-year run.
We already knew that the new, Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge won’t support the EPUB document format.
Microsoft’s monthly round-up of new Microsoft 365 functionality across desktop, mobile, and web is now available.
With Dark Mode support coming to both Android and iOS in the weeks ahead, Microsoft is updating its core mobile and web apps.
Microsoft is hosting a press event on October 2nd in NYC where the company is expected to announce new hardware.
Users of the new Microsoft Edge will now be able to login to the browser using their Azure Active Directory work and school accounts. All the latest builds on the canary, dev and beta channels now support work and school accounts.
In a move to emphasize its Explore tab, Twitter is replacing search with a dedicated button for Explore on it iOS app.
Facebook is soon giving you control over the data it gets on you from outside of Facebook.
Microsoft reported this week that there have been more than one million downloads of its Edge previews. That’s not good.
Microsoft shares some of the feature it's planning to add to Edge over September and October, as well as the other features it's reviewing for the future.
Microsoft is announcing a big milestone for the next version of Microsoft Edge: it's ready for everyday use. The company says it has had more than 1 million downloads on the preview builds of Edge to date, too.
Microsoft Edge gets a new Collections feature in preview that lets you organize/collect things from around the web.
A stable build of Microsoft Edge has leaked online, and it comes straight from Microsoft servers
With its Nest smart home business now integrated into Google Home, Google is enabling Nest users to migrate to Google accounts.