Microsoft updated its Office Lens application for Android devices, finally adding the ability to scan multiple pages and include them in a single PDF file. The feature isn't on iOS just yet.
Today, HTC announced on Twitter that the 10, U Ultra, and U11 will be receiving an upgrade to Android 8.0 Oreo, and that additional devices and details will be announced at a later date.
Alongside its new Pixel flagship phones, Google is expected to introduce two more devices at its autumn hardware event: a new Chromebook Pixel laptop, and a smaller version of its Home smart speaker.
While Android Beta users will receive the final version of Oreo today, the general rollout won't begin immediately. Here are the devices that will get the Android 8.0 update in the coming weeks.
Having confirmed that the name of its next major OS update will be Oreo, Google is now pushing the final version of the update to those in the Android Beta Program, and published new system images.
After the official launch of its new moniker, Google revealed its Android 8.0 Oreo website. The site gives those curious a little more information about the features that it will bring.
After months of speculation, it's now official: Google has confirmed that the name of the next version of its ubiquitous OS won't be Android Octopus... but it will be Android 8.0 Oreo.
Google may lose the trademark to its name as two individuals have petitioned the US Supreme Court to hear an appeal for reviewing the decision made by a lower court deeming 'Google' as non-generic.
Although Google doesn't typically hold events to reveal the official name of Android, today, it will host an event in New York. Thankfully, the firm will also live stream the event.
The search giant is preparing to make your searches even more convenient - or more annoying, depending on how you look at it. Video autoplay is coming to searches on Android devices in the US for now.
From Ice Lake and golden Gates, to Scorpio's return, Surface frustration, Nokia Bothies, Android flagships, bad branding, and Sony's Nobunaga, it's our handy roundup of the week's top tech news.
After many evolutions, the search engine from Microsoft not only became profitable; but recent data shows it grabbing an ever increasing chunk from its biggest rival when it comes to market share.
Google researchers have developed an algorithm that can remove watermarks from images; the algorithm uses a pool of images to extrapolate their watermark, after which it can remove it from any image.
Google will be making a big announcement about Android O on Monday - but it looks like it may have inadvertently spoiled one surprise, having apparently confirmed that it will be named 'Oreo'.
Google has launched a new teaser site, counting down to August 21, and confirming that "Android O is touching down to earth with the total solar eclipse, bringing some super (sweet) new powers".
Ahead of the V30's launch in a couple of weeks, LG announced today that it's offering some big discounts on its current flagship phones through the major carriers in the United States.
Microsoft launched a new enterprise extension for Google Chrome that allows users of Microsoft applications and services to sign-in to Windows 10 once and have it carry over to the browser.
Google is testing a new 'lite' version of its search app for use in parts of the world where data usage can be slow and expensive. The experimental app is currently being tested by users in Indonesia.
Google has acquired the Belarusian firm AIMatter. The startup, which operates from Europe and the US, has developed computer vision AI which is available through a proof-of-concept app.
Google has updated its cloud office applications - Docs, Sheets and Slides. With this new update, users will be able to create new templates with the ability of bundling useful addons into them.