After a banner appeared on its site inviting users to try "the new Google Voice", the company confirmed that it's "working on some updates" to the service, which hasn't had an update for some time.
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Slack has used Microsoft's Desktop App Converter to add its desktop app to the Windows Store, with support for Live Tiles - but its Windows phone app is still in beta, over a year after its release.
Samsung's new Windows 10 PC is called, appropriately, the 'All-in-One'. It has a tilt-adjustable 24-inch display, with or without touch, an integrated 'sound bar', and upgradeable RAM and storage.
HTC unveiled the Desire 650 in November, with near-identical specs to the Desire 630 that it announced last February. The company now says the 650 will launch internationally next month.
Microsoft's new privacy dashboard on the web lets you see and manage your personal data, and new features in the Creators Update will offer more control over data collection in Windows 10.
Razer is offering a $25,000 reward for "information leading to identification, arrest and conviction of a criminal suspect", following the theft of its two Project Valerie notebook prototypes at CES.
A year ago, Platinum Games announced that Scalebound had been delayed until 2017. Today, Microsoft Studios said that it has 'ended production' work on the Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive game.
There's a great deal of new features and improvements that need to be tested in the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview, build 15002 - but ISOs of the new build aren't available to download just yet.
The new build brings a dazzling variety of new features and improvements to Windows 10 - but while it also offers various fixes, it inevitably includes a few issues that you need to be aware of.
Microsoft's first Windows 10 preview build of 2017 brings all sorts of new features, including new additions to its Settings, with more personalization options, and automatic blue light adjustment.
Along with a huge range of other new features and improvements in Windows 10 Insider Preview build 15002 for PCs, Microsoft has made a range of changes and additions to its Edge browser.
Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 15002, with a vast range of new features, including Cortana improvements, additions to the Start menu, a new Share experience, and more.
Nvidia's chief executive said that the new Switch console "is going to be very Nintendo" and "really delightful", adding that "people are going to be blown away, quite frankly" when they use it.
Virgin Media has announced that it has signed an agreement with EE - now part of the BT Group - to use its network to deliver 3G and 4G mobile services until 2021, extending a 17-year-old partnership.
A couple of months after it was originally unveiled, Cricket Wireless launched the Lumia 640 for $129.99 with no annual contract - but the impressive Windows phone is now available for just $21.99.
Razer's much-celebrated appearance at CES 2017 ended on a sad note, as its CEO said today that two of its prototypes were stolen from its show stand - and it hasn't ruled out industrial espionage.
An analyst with a solid track record for accurately predicting Apple's product plans says the company will launch three new iPads in 2017, including a new "high-end" 10.5-inch model with slim bezels.
A decade ago, the late Steve Jobs unveiled the first-generation iPhone. It was far from perfect, but it had a huge impact on the mobile market, and set the stage for its most successful product line.
Buyers in the UK can now get a Surface Pro 4 tablet with Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD, along with a Type Cover keyboard, for £260 below full price... but there is a catch.
Spotify appears to be testing design changes to the 'now playing' view for some users of its Android app, including a greater focus on album art, along with revisions to the user interface.
After releasing OxygenOS 4.0, based on Android 7.0 Nougat, for the 3 and 3T last week, OnePlus is now rolling out a new update to its flagship phones, but it includes some known issues to be aware of.
HMD Global has officially announced the Nokia 6, its first Android-based Nokia-branded smartphone, which will launch exclusively in China - but more devices are on the way to other parts of the world.
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An image that appears to show packaging for a Nokia Android 7.0 handset claims to reveal its key specs, including an octa-core Snapdragon SoC, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, Dolby ATMOS support, and more.
Before the original iPhone was released, Apple experimented with a version of its iPod UI for the new handset, known as 'AcornOS', with similar menus controlled by an on-screen virtual scroll wheel.
Dell has unveiled the Latitude 7285, calling it "the world's most versatile 2-in-1", and promising "the ultimate 'no wires' experience", with support for wireless charging and WiGig connectivity.
Apple's latest data shows that iOS 10 is now installed on 76% of its active mobile devices, nearly four months after it was released, pushing iOS 9 usage down to just 18% of devices.
Google rolled out Android 7.0 to the Nexus 6 six weeks after its release, and now a month after Android 7.1.1's rollout began, it's still awaiting that OTA update - but the wait is almost over.
Gay social networking app Grindr never made it to Windows phones, but unofficial app Meet'm provided a workable alternative. Now, though, Meet'm is no longer able to connect to the Grindr network.
Earlier this week, a report claimed that the Windows 10 Creators Update - the next major update to the OS, also known as Redstone 2 - will arrive in April. Today, Dell confirmed that information.
BMW has revealed its vision for connected self-driving cars, opting to integrate Microsoft's Cortana as the "digital assistant that customers are familiar with in other areas of their daily life."
Razer has unveiled Project Valerie, a monstrous laptop with three built-in 17.3-inch displays, each with 4K resolution, powered by a desktop-class Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card.
Sony has revealed that it sold 6.2 million PlayStation 4s in just six weeks over the holiday season, pushing the total number of its PS4 console sales to 53.4 million since its launch in 2013.
Apple said that New Year's Day 2017 was the App Store's busiest day ever, with $240m of sales - an increase of 66% compared with a year ago. It also said that devs earned a record amount in 2016.
After details were revealed about Microsoft's plans to refresh its user interface, new screenshots have now emerged from 'Project Neon', revealing internal concepts for the Windows 10 design update.
LG has confirmed that its new flagship phone will make its debut "in the very near future", but it will abandon the unpopular modular design of its predecessor, the G5, which has been a sales flop.
Samsung has revealed the Notebook Odyssey, its new gaming-focused laptops with 15.6- or 17.3-inch displays, Intel's new 7th-generation processors, up to 64GB RAM, and a 'HexaFlow Vent' cooling system.
After months of leaks, TCL finally revealed its new BlackBerry-branded phone, which has a fixed QWERTY keyboard below the display - but it's not saying anything about specs, pricing or availability.
The launch of Mass Effect: Andromeda was delayed last year - but BioWare has now committed to a firm release date, promising "a tremendous graphical jump" over the original Mass Effect trilogy.
After announcing the Notebook 9 last month, pre-orders have now opened for Samsung's sleek new laptops, priced from $999 - but they may not be the "lightest notebook on the market" for much longer.
After ending its Galaxy Beta Program last week, it appears that Samsung has now begun the rollout of its official Android 7.0 Nougat update to a limited number of Galaxy S7 handsets.
LG's new Gram notebooks will come in 'standard' and ultra-light configurations, with 13-, 14-, or 15.6-inch displays, 7th-gen Intel Core processors, and promising up to 24 hours of battery life.
Global luxury brand Swarovski - well known for its premium jewelry, watches and other accessories - has revealed that it will launch a new smartwatch this year, powered by Google's Android Wear OS.
A regional device distributor that works with Nokia and Microsoft revealed that 6 or 7 new Nokia-branded Android smartphones are coming this year, including entry-level, mid-range and high-end models.
"Hey Cortana, set a reminder for the Nissan keynote on January 5th at 4pm." A teaser video from the Japanese automaker hints at a collaboration with Microsoft, involving its digital assistant.
The new Latitude 5285 shares many similarities with Microsoft's Surface Pro 4, including RAM, storage and screen size - but there are some key differences, and some areas in which Dell's PC is better.
The 500 Multimedia Controller features a QWERTY keyboard with dedicated function and number keys, and the entire keyboard also doubles as a capacitive touchpad with support for Windows 10 gestures.
Microsoft has cut the cost of select Surface Book and Pro 4 models by up to $150 - but there's still no sign of new stock for the two Surface Book Core i7 models that sold out over the holiday season.
Samsung is reportedly working on a new 'desktop experience' for its Galaxy S8 flagships. Next Mobile Workspace is said to support a monitor, mouse and keyboard - just like Microsoft's Continuum UX.
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