The latest builds of Chrome Canary now have a new capability that lets you share a webpage via a QR Code. It remains hidden in a Chrome flag for now and there's no word yet on its wider rollout.
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Google is testing a new feature that will let people track the status of their parcel directly via Search by entering a package ID. It will be rolled out to all countries where Search is available.
Apple has acknowledged an issue with the 2019 13-inch MacBook Pro and issued a fix to help users solve the shutdown problem with the entry-level laptop. The workaround requires some work.
A new report claims that a 2020 iPhone model could feature an in-display fingerprint sensor built by Qualcomm. This is in contrast to earlier rumors suggesting Apple could release that phone in 2021.
Samsung announced the availability of the Galaxy Tab Active Pro Enterprise Edition in the UK from today. It supports many features from the original version of the tablet such as Samsung DeX and Knox.
Microsoft updated its Seeing AI app for iOS with support for five more languages including Dutch, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. The app uses AI to narrate the world to the visually impaired.
Today, YouTube updated its policy on video games with scripted or simulated violence, lifting some restrictions on these types of content and treating them like that of TV shows and movies.
Twitter launched today its Twitter Privacy Center, where the company will be sharing related initiatives, announcements, new privacy products, and communications for security incidents.
Facebook launched a new tool today, initially available in Ireland, designed to allow users to transfer their photos and videos from the social networking site directly to other online services.
Twitter today suspended its plan to delete inactive accounts on December 11 after acknowledging some issues. For now, it will work to memorialize first the accounts of deceased users.
Amazon has introduced new Alexa capabilities that will allow you to create reminders for when you would like to take your medication and request prescription refills using only your voice.
Twitter will be removing accounts that have been inactive for more than six months by December 11 in order to free up handles. However, there's no word on when these handles will be up for grabs.
Bing introduced a new elections experience today to provide voters a single place where they can find comprehensive information about a candidate for the U.S. presidential elections next year.
Verizon and Snap Inc. have formed a new partnership to create new experiences for consumers through Snapchat. Select 5G phones carried by Verizon will also come preloaded with Snapchat.
Dynamic email for Gmail on Android and iOS is available to all G Suite editions starting November 21. First launched on Gmail for the web, the feature makes email more interactive, and actionable.
Google announced a bunch of new assistive features for G Suite today, such as Smart Compose, an AI grammar suggestion tool, spell checker, and spelling autocorrect for Google Docs.
Samsung has obtained 5G and 25W fast charging support certification for its upcoming Galaxy S11 device. The certification was issued in China, and confirm previous rumors about the phone.
Samsung may be preparing to incorporate a 120Hz display into its upcoming Galaxy S11 series of smartpones, as indicated by a hidden option found in the One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy Note9.
Hulu is introducing another price hike to its Live TV streaming service on December 18, its second time this year. Hulu + Live TV will then cost $54.99, $10 up from its previous base price.
A new alliance set up by Twitter, Adobe, and The New York Times Company aims to develop a set of content attribution standards for creators and publishers. It will be launched at a future summit.
Google News app for Android and iOS received a new update today that allows you to view news stories in two language options of your choice in just a single feed. It supports 41 language variants.
Facebook unveils a new corporate logo that it aims to use as a distinct brand for the parent company, distinguishing it from the products and services under it. It's going live over the coming weeks.
Samsung Cloud is now automatically syncing photos and videos to Microsoft OneDrive. For now, the integration appears to be live only for Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ devices running Android 10 beta.
Twitter announced today a new drastic move to ban political ads on its platform entirely for both candidates and interest groups with varied agendas. The new policy will be implemented on November 22.
Lyft introduced a new program today that will offer riders 15% discount on all rides and more perks to boot. Lyft Pink will cost $19.99 per month and it will be available in the near future.
Sony is shutting down its PlayStation Vue TV streaming service on January 30, 2020 due to what it describes as "expensive content and network deals" in the competitive Pay TV industry.
Microsoft announced today that the Experts on Demand feature within the Microsoft Threat Experts threat hunting service is now generally available to Microsoft Defender ATP customers.
Google Pay now supports face unlock for authorizing money transfer to friends and family via the Pixel 4 and 4 XL. The feature is turned off by default, though, so you'll need to manually activate it.
Huawei is back to business with ARM after the British semiconductor firm restored its supply of chip designs to the Chinese phone maker. But it's still set to lose access to other tech next month.
Samsung has introduced its new Exynos 990 with support for a 120Hz display refresh-rate. The 5G Exynos Modem 5123 is also in tow for future 5G demands. Production for both starts later this year.
Microsoft Whiteboard has received a total of 10 different collaborative templates on iOS today to help you get started with your activities such as brainstorming and sprint planning, among others.
Google's Pixel 4 series was quietly registered with the Wireless Power Consortium shortly after its debut. That means the phones now support any Qi wireless charger with a maximum 11W rating.
Google says it will be rolling out a fix for the face unlock system of the Pixel 4, which currently unlocks the device even with your eyes closed. The fix will arrive in the coming months.
Motorola is holding an event on November 13 in downtown Los Angeles, where it is expected to introduce the long-rumored foldable smartphone dubbed the Razr. The device is rumored to cost $1,500.
Renders of the OnePlus 8 Pro have popped up online, revealing a smartphone with a hole-punch camera cutout on its display and a quad-camera setup on the back with a time-of-flight 3D camera.
Yubico announced today that Yubico Login for Windows is now generally available, allowing users to securely gain access to their local Windows accounts. It comes after six months of public preview.
Google Maps gets a new tool for iPhone users to report road crash directly from their device. It's also adding four new types of incidents that can be reported to help others plan ahead of time.
Google announced today that it is bringing live caption to the Pixel 4 series. The new feature automatically captions video and audio (except phone and video calls) in real time and offline.
Xiaomi has shared a sneak peek of its upcoming Redmi K30 during an event in China, where the Redmi 8 series was unveiled at the same time. It will be rocking a display with a hole-punch cutout.
Microsoft introduced today the Mixer Academy to help both streamers and moderators gain more knowledge about the platform and grow their presence using three specific course tracks.