Google is testing a new dark mode for the Google search page on the web on Android. However, enabling the feature requires users to enable a hidden flag on Chrome's Canary and Dev versions.
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A new leak on Twitter suggests that OnePlus will call its truly wireless earbuds the 'OnePlus Buds'. The device's design is similar to that of the AirPods and is expected to be launched in July.
HP has released a fix through Windows Update for the 'KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED' issue that causes devices to blue screen. Reports increased after this month's Patch Tuesday updates.
YouTube is testing a way of injecting web search results in YouTube's Android app's search results UI. The section sits below the video results and could be a very limited test for now.
After users began reporting the inability to open some apps on iOS and iPadOS last week, Apple is releasing dozens of repeat updates for apps in the App Store likely to fix certificate issues.
T-Mobile is rolling out a new update to the OnePlus 8 5G that adds support for two new 5G bands. These bands ready the device for future 5G expansions. The update also brings Google Live Caption.
Adobe has started to serve ads for Photoshop and Scan apps on Android's share and 'open with' UI for some users as a test. The ads are mainly shown to users that have Acrobat Reader installed.
Microsoft has further pushed the rollout completion of Skype and Teams interoperability to the end of June. The firm is ironing out issues owing to "sub-optimal" feedback for the feature.
Twitter announced today that it is testing a feature with limited users that restricts who can reply to a tweet. Users will be able to select between everyone, followers, or just mentioned users.
Google has announced that it is improving the album sharing controls on Photos. The app now defaults to sharing albums with users with a Google account. Album owners can also remove contributors.
Google announced today that the Google app on Android 10 and iOS 12/13 will begin getting the dark mode feature. It has been rolling out gradually since last year to Pixel users and beta testers.
Along with the first-day announcements of its Build conference, Microsoft is releasing a new Edge Dev build with minor features such as improvements to its media cast feature, and a bunch of fixes.
Google unveiled the tab groups feature earlier this month that lets users group similar tabs for better management. Users on Chrome Canary can now collapse those tabs, vastly improving usability.
We exclusively reported last year that Microsoft is working on support for 64-bit Intel (x86) apps for Windows 10 on ARM. Now, a code commit on GitHub by Microsoft further confirms those efforts.
Microsoft is rolling out an update to its Office suite on apps on Windows that brings a new save dialog for OneDrive, letting users directly share documents with contacts right through the dialog.
Users running Chrome Canary on Windows and Android can now try out app shortcuts for installed PWAs, where supported. This brings a more native feel when long-pressing or right-clicking the PWA icons.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 version 2004 RTM build to the Slow and Release Preview rings with more fixes. The build is what will be likely offered to the public later this month.
Microsoft is updating the Word and PowerPoint apps on iPadOS that lets users open two documents of the same app simultaneously in Split View. The update was first made available to Office Insiders.
Microsoft's Bing Wallpapers app is now also available for Android users on the Play Store. The app brings much more functionality like image category search in comparison to its desktop counterpart.
A new report suggests that Microsoft will bring support for mouse and trackpad to its Office apps on iPadOS by this fall. It includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and the unified Office mobile app.
Microsoft has launched a new Surface Audio app on Windows 10, Android, and iOS to help manage the Headphones and Earbuds devices. The app lets users set the devices up, update firmware, and more.
Microsoft today announced Windows Autopilot support to the HoloLens 2 in private preview. The firm adds that with increasing adoption, it wants to make deployment at scale easy for customers.
Zoom's first-ever acquisition is a 25-person startup called Keybase. The acquisition will help Zoom bring true end-to-end encryption to its video calls, which will be exclusive to paying customers.
Slack is rolling out a complete redesign of its Android app to users running the beta version. The new design brings a bottom navigation bar, new swipe gestures for switching teams, and more.
Microsoft is updating the To Do app on all platforms bringing new All and Completed smart lists to the app. There are also improvements to the Planned list on Android and other enhancements.
OneDrive's April Roadmap updates include sensitivity labels for Office files, the ability to view and restore older versions of files through the desktop, and the option to delete locked files.
Wunderlist founder, Christian Reber, has announced a new app called Superlist that his team is working on. It is currently in development and comes on the heels of Wunderlist's retirement tomorrow.
Microsoft will soon roll out an update to Teams that will let the service house 250 participants in a group chat. Reports say the updated limit will be available to all tenants latest by mid-May.
Microsoft is releasing a new update to the Cortana Beta app that adds a new 'Hardware' section. This section lets users manage Cortana devices such as the Surface Headphones, Xbox One, and more.
Three years after releasing the Galaxy S8 and S8+ flagships, Samsung is now moving the monthly security patch to a quarterly schedule. The phones will likely receive another year of patches.
Momentum today announced that it now supports Microsoft's To Do in its list of integrations. It added that some lists will not show up in the To Do integration owing to API limitations in the app.
A new phishing attack has been discovered that targets Teams users and redirects them to convincing Office 365 or Teams login screen. Up to 50,000 users have been reportedly targeted till now.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to push the May 2020 Update (version 2004) general availability to May 28. It was slated for a May 12 release but has been moved due to a zero-day vulnerability patch.
Samsung is selling almost half the number of Galaxy S20 flagship devices than it did of its predecessors, the S9 and S10. However, S20 sales are boosting 5G market share in the country.
Increasing user reports on Reddit and Google's Forums suggest that the Google Assistant's sleep timer feature for smart speakers is broken. There are a couple of workarounds to get it to work.
The Google Play Store is rolling out the ability to auto-download games or apps that have been pre-registered by a user, when available. The feature was spotted in a teardown back in January.
OnePlus has listed the five new features that are on the roadmap to make it to Oxygen OS. These were finalized based on the IDEAS initiative. It has also listed the features that were not adopted.
As promised last year, Microsoft has begun automatically installing OneNote for desktop along with the Office 365 suite of apps. The app no longer has the year branding and is called just 'OneNote'.
A new Windows 10 Xbox Game Streaming app has been spotted in the Microsoft Store. The app description suggests that the app is geared towards developers readying their apps for console streaming.
Microsoft announced new Microsoft 365 management capabilities and briefly listed new Windows Virtual Desktop features. It has now provided more detail on the deployment and security capabilities.