The Google Messages app on Android is rolling out end-to-end encryption support for group chats. The feature is currently available in open beta via the Google Play Store.
Recent December, 2022 Stories
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said this week that he regrets his company waited until this year to launch an ad-supported tier.
The software powering Apple's upcoming mixed reality headset has reportedly been renamed from “realityOS” to “xrOS” internally, with "XR" being short for "extended reality."
Google has started rolling out new features on Android to help users go through the holiday season.
Amazon is in the process of laying off 10,000 of its employees, and the company's hardware team working on Alexa, Kindle, and Halo is one of the first to be affected.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is headlining the new games coming to Game Pass in December, but there are also several day-one releases including Hello Neighbor 2.
The European Commission’s foreign aid department just spent €387K on a "Global Gateway Gala" Metaverse experience that very, very few people attended.
iOS 16.1.2 today is a minor update that brings improved compatibility with wireless carriers, as well as some Crash Detection optimizations on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro.
References to a new “Surface Insider Program” have been spotted in the latest Android update for Microsoft's Surface Duo devices.
Twitter has once again delayed the relaunch of its Blue Verified subscription as it tries to avoid Apple's 30% cut on in-app purchases.
Microsoft today released its last preview update of 2022 for Windows 10 and 11, and Windows 11 users are getting some new features.
The new “Create with Alexa” feature on Amazon's Echo Show devices can create unique animated stories that kids and parents can use in place of traditional bedtime stories.
The Xbox Games with Gold for the month of December 2022 include the 2D pixel art shooter Colt Canyon and the action game Bladed Fury.
Microsoft is reportedly ready to make some concessions to EU regulators as it seeks to complete its $68 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
Elon Musk seems to be ready to start a PR war with Apple. The Twitter CEO claimed today that Apple has threatened to remove the Twitter iOS app from its App Store.
Today, the Windows 11 Field Guide hit an interesting milestone: it’s now 500 pages long in PDF form, about the same length as its predecessor. But there's so much more to come.
Twitter is preparing to grant amnesty to suspended accounts starting next week, and it will also introduce gold and grey checkmarks to differentiate individuals from companies and governments.
Amazon is planning to invest over $1 billion a year to produce and release movies in theaters. The company is aiming to release 12 to 15 movies in theaters every year.
Netflix is hiring video game veterans to work on the company's first triple-A PC game, which is expected to be a third-person shooter built with Unreal Engine.
The Windows Subsystem for Linux has just dropped its “preview” label on the Microsoft Store. For Windows 10 users, this new Store version of WSL also brings support for Linux GUI apps.
HP announced its quarterly and annual earnings today, but despite slightly beating expectations, the PC maker says it will lay off up to 6,000 employees.
Twitter has delayed the relaunch of its revamped Twitter Blue subscription as it's figuring out new ways to stop impersonation.
Windows 10 version 22H2, the latest version of the OS that Microsoft released last month has entered its final rollout phase.
Hyperkin has revealed today an officially licensed version of Microsoft’s classic Xbox 360 controller for current-gen Xbox consoles and Windows PCs.
Microsoft says that it has offered Sony a 10-year deal to keep Call of Duty games on PlayStation, but Sony declined to answer.
After Twitter lost over half of its workforce this month, the company has reportedly started laying off more employees from its sales team.
After removing SwiftKey from the iOS App Store last month, Microsoft has brought it back due to “popular demand” and it’s also planning to bring new features to it.