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Facebook is testing the removal of the likes/reactions count on its Android app, similar to that of Instagram. The change was spotted in the Android app's code and is still being prototyped.
Microsoft recently pushed an optional update to users on Windows 10 version 1903 that is resulting in high CPU usage. The issue is likely caused by Cortana, but there is no official confirmation yet.
Samsung's Hungary website accidentally confirmed the existence of two yet unreleased products - the Galaxy A91 and A90 5G - through a charger listing. The A91 might support 45Watt fast charging.
A report suggests that users are beginning to be able to start using Microsoft's SMS Organizer messaging app in the US, the UK, and Australia. It was first launched by the Garage India team for India.
Microsoft released Windows 10 build 18963 to the Fast ring today with a few new features. It also announced that it is moving Notepad into the Store, which means that it is no longer tied into the OS.
Retail boxes of the second-gen Fitbit Versa smartwatch leaked, confirming earlier reports of Amazon Alexa integration. The device will reportedly be announced on August 25 and released in September.
Microsoft is detailing improvements to the 'Read Aloud' feature on Edge Dev and Canary branches. It includes leveraging cloud-powered text-to-speech voices powered by Microsoft Cognitive Services.
Microsoft is rolling out a new Xbox One version 1910 Insider build to the Preview Alpha ring users. This build string drops the 19H2 reference, indicating changes to plans for the next major release.
Google's Chrome OS will soon begin providing detailed release notes for new features. Currently, live for the Canary channel, it should start showing up from the next Stable Channel release for all.
Google announced that it is bringing the ability to use fingerprint authentication to log into its web services on Pixel devices. The feature will soon roll out to Android 7 Nougat running devices.
After some time in testing, Microsoft To-Do's List Group feature is rolling out to all supported platforms of the app. The feature lets users collate similar lists into a group for easier access.
Microsoft is today releasing two builds from the 19H2 brand to the Slow Ring of the Insider Program. Build 18362.10013 contains features turned on by default, while 18362.10012 has them turned off.
A recent Chromium Gerrit entry and a post on Github suggests that Microsoft is working on a solution to improve battery drain on Chromium-powered browsers, specifically when streaming media.
Google today announced an update to Images on desktop that improves the image preview experience. Additionally, product information on searches brings it a step closer to adding ads to images.
Apple's recent job postings suggest the possibility of further progress in the company's AR/VR product efforts. Listings for demo evangelists' jobs might suggest wider discussions within the company.
An update to Chrome Canary on Android has introduced a flag that enables users to set website specific timers. The feature ties in with the Digital Wellbeing Dashboard and is exclusive to Android Q.
A recent FCC filing points to a possible successor to Google's 2-in-1 laptop running Chrome OS. The FCC ID bears resemblances to older Google devices and is filed by a laptop manufacturing company.
Microsoft is re-branding its Office Suite of web apps, dropping the "Online" suffix. Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on the web will receive the re-brand that will roll out in the near future.
YouTube Music is adding a toggle to its app that lets users switch between a song and its music video seamlessly. The feature is available to YouTube Premium and YouTube Music Premium subscribers.
Microsoft today announced a major revamp of the OneDrive mobile apps, starting with the iOS counterpart. The update adds a fresh look and new features, in line with other Office apps on all platforms.
Jason Toff, the former head of the short-video sharing app, Vine, will be joining Facebook for their newly formed apps division called 'NPE'. Not much is known of the project he will be working on.
As part of improvements to the recommendation features, YouTube is rolling out the topic filter feature to all Android users. It lets users filter topics that are suggested based on viewing history.
Fresh leaks show off the possible colors that Samsung's upcoming flagship, the Galaxy Note10, might be offered in. The gradient back is similar to what is offered on the Huawei P30 Pro.
References to verbiage for the Remix 3D website suggest that Microsoft might be planning to retire the 3D models' catalog website on January 10, 2020. Users may lose access to current models online.
Microsoft is rolling out the notification sync feature to the Your Phone app on Windows 10 that has been in testing with Windows Insiders for a while. The feature currently works with Android devices.
At a recent interview at a venture capital firm, Microsoft co-founder and former CEO Bill Gates spoke briefly about the company's failure at mobile, calling it his "greatest mistake ever".
Apple today announced the next major version of macOS dubbed macOS 10.15 Catalina. The update comes with a new Apple Music app, developer tools to port iPad apps, new accessibility features and more.
Samsung has begun rolling out Android 9.0 Pie based One UI to the Galaxy M20 mid-range device in India. The update, just like the M30, is rolling out earlier than the promised June 3 rollout.
Instagram announced that its IGTV video platform is receiving support for landscape videos, making it easier for creators to share content without having to tailor videos for portrait viewing.
Google today announced an update to its personal video calling app, Duo, that brings with it the much-awaited group video call feature. The app is also receiving a data saver feature in some markets.
Live Transcribe, an app that translates spoken words in real-time, will receive an update that enables real-time sound event recognition. This includes sounds like dog barks or the doorbell.
Microsoft is releasing a new cumulative update for the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, the next major update to Windows 10. Build 18362.113 is heading to Insiders in the Slow and Release Preview rings.
Microsoft To-Do and Planner integration is now available for users on all major platforms. The integration helps add Planner tasks assigned to a user directly to the 'Assigned to Me' list on To-Do.
Google today at its IO conference showed off new features that will debut with the next major version of Android. They include native foldable device support, dark mode, more privacy controls, more.
Official renders of OnePlus' upcoming top-tier flagship smartphone leaked today. The pictures show off a notchless, near bezel-less curved display, all but confirming a pop-up camera system up front.
Google seems to be testing a pop-up panel for adding existing or new contacts from third-party apps. The functionality in the Contacts app may not necessarily be tied to a specific Android version.
Reports suggest that Amazon might be planning to launch an ad-supported free tier music service as part of its streaming business. The tier is said to be introduced as soon as sometime this week.
Spotify is reportedly testing a few new features for its Android version such as a Sleep Timer, the ability to share songs with nearby friends, and integrating music controls into Google Maps.
Less than a week after debuting dark mode on its beta apps, Slack is now rolling out the update to all Android and iOS users. The feature, however, is yet to make it to the desktop version of the app.