Samsung is rolling out the official Android 10-based One UI 2.0 update to S10 devices in more markets. The update is also heading to devices not part of the beta program, signaling a wider rollout.
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Spotify is finally updating its iOS app with the Sleep Timer feature that lets users set a timer to stop playback. This native solution can now be used in place of the Clock app to stop playback.
In line with earlier rumors, Apple is reportedly set to introduce a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro device in Q3 2020 and a 16-inch MacBook Pro model in Q4 2020 that sport the mini LED display technology.
Microsoft is updating its Remote Desktop client for iOS after over a year. The update brings support for Windows Virtual Desktop, the new iPhone and iPad devices, dark theme, and more.
Samsung has begun rolling out its Android 10-based One UI 2.0 Beta to S9 and Note9 devices in India and South Korea. The official rollout for S10 and Note10 devices are reportedly pushed to Jan 2020
Google has posted a blog that details the efforts gone into improving Night Sight on the Pixel line of phones. Engineers explain how challenges such as exposure and image processing were overcome.
Microsoft is releasing Xbox Insider Preview Alpha Skip Ahead build 19031 (ver 2004 or 20H1) that fixes issues with Disney+ content playback. As with all preview builds, there are a few known issues.
Google has begun rolling out the markup feature to its Photos app for all Android users. The nifty feature lets users write or draw on images and can be accessed right from the editing interface.
Renders of Samsung's upcoming mid-ranger, the Galaxy A71, suggest that the phone will sport a quad-camera setup in an L-shaped arrangement and include an Infinity-O AMOLED display.
Just a few weeks away from its annual Tech Summit, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865's specifications leaked. It is expected to run four high-power Cortex-A77 cores and four Cortex-A55 efficiency cores.
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Book Ion and Book Flex laptops at its annual developer conference. Both devices come in 13 and 15-inch flavors. The Flex is a 2-in-1 convertible with S Pen support.
Samsung is releasing a critical hotfix for One UI 2.0 Beta users after a recent beta release resulted in users being locked out of their phones. One of the workarounds was to revert to Android Pie.
Adobe announced last year that it will be bringing the full-fledged Photoshop app to the iPad sometime this year. The app is reportedly on track for 2019 with more information expected in November.
Google unveiled its flagship devices for 2019, the Pixel 4 and 4XL yesterday at an event. The devices come with a radar chip for additional capabilities. However, these devices won't be sold in India.
Samsung might reportedly be working on more affordable versions of its Galaxy S10 and Note10 flagships, that carry the 'Lite' name. Not much is known yet about the specs, prices or release timelines.
Samsung's OneUI 2.0 update based on Android 10 has been detailed by way of a beta release. The official beta should begin rolling out for testers in South Korea, Germany, and the US later this month.
Apple announced Project Catalyst earlier this year. The project helps port iOS apps to macOS. However, the project is reportedly off to a slow start, with developers terming it "not that easy".
Microsoft's latest cumulative update for Windows 10 version 1903 released yesterday is breaking the Start Menu with a critical error for some users. The company has not acknowledged the issue yet.
Microsoft announced a bunch of new products during its special event today, including the Surface Pro 7, Laptop 3, and Pro X. Preorders are now open for those products in the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft today announced the Surface Earbuds at its special event in New York. The earbuds can be controlled using voice, touch, or gesture. It costs $249 and will be available later in the year.
Android Auto wireless support debuted a year ago for the Pixel and Nexus devices with Google promising support for other OEM devices. Finally, some Samsung Galaxy flagships now support the feature.
Earlier today, Twitter notified users via its official Support account that the service is experiencing issues. The outage also affects clients such as TweetDeck. The company is working on a fix.
It's Patch Tuesday, meaning that all supported versions of Windows receive cumulative updates. That includes Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and their corresponding Windows Server versions.
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.