The Powerbeats Pro, initially launched early last year, will be available in new color variants beginning on June 9. These new colors introduce a much brighter hue to the earphones.
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Google will be integrating its Voice service into Gmail, allowing users to make a call right from their inbox. The new capability will roll out to G Suite customers with Voice licenses.
Hulu has started testing a watch party feature. It's available only on the web and up to eight persons can be accommodated in a single session, though they'll need to subscribe to its ad-free tier.
Facebook will ask high-reach accounts in the U.S. to verify their identity to help users see content from real people. Unverified profiles will see reduced distribution of their viral posts.
YouTube announced today a new feature called chapters that will make it easier for users to navigate long videos. It is rolling out from today on the web and YouTube's app for Android and iOS.
Google Chrome will start enforcing a new system in July that will provide protection to users against abusive permission requests or notifications from websites they visit. It'll be part of Chrome 84.
Samsung today announced that its Health app is rolling out to its 2020 smart TV models. There are various wellness content from premium providers, available for free during the first year.
The YouTube Kids app can now be downloaded on Apple TV, marking another expansion to its availability after launching on smart TVs before. It supports both the 4K and HD versions of the device.
Facebook is testing a new app that allows anyone in the U.S. to create or join a group phone call with up to eight contacts. The group calls are audio-only and you can decide which people can join.
Microsoft today rolled out the surf minigame on Edge for everyone after a few months of preview. The game can be played when you're offline, complete with three modes and new improvements.
A group of technology firms and groups have called on the House of Representatives to pass a legislative amendment that would prevent the government from obtaining web browsing data without a warrant.
Facebook unveiled today a bevy of new features coming to Workplace, including Workplace Rooms that uses the same technology as Messenger Rooms. These features are rolling out in June.
Netflix will start notifying customers who have not watched anything on the platform for a year since joining or more that their subscriptions will be cancelled if they continue to be inactive.
Google today launched new accessibility features for Android phones, building upon existing capabilities announced last year. These are built for users with cognitive and hearing disabilities.
Instagram has announced new guidelines to regulate the use of unlicensed music that's included in a live or recorded video uploaded to the platform. The goal is to help users avoid interruptions.
Verizon announced today that its 5G upload capabilities are now available in 35 cities across the U.S. It's also rolling out 5G to San Diego later this month, bringing its total coverage to 35 cities.
YouTube today launched a new feature designed to allow users to set bedtime reminders as part of an effort to limit their time on the platform. It's available starting today on Android and iOS phones.
LG has unveiled a new mid-range smartphone with a built-in stylus pen. The Stylo 6 is available to purchase via Boost Mobile for $179.99, featuring a 6.8-inch display, a MediaTek Helio P35 and more.
PayPal now allows customers to pay for their purchases by scanning a QR code in an effort to minimize physical contact at stores. The feature is available in the U.S., U.K., and 26 more markets.
Google is rolling out today the ability for existing customers of its Fi cellular service to activate eSIM on their iOS devices. However, it's available only on iPhones with dual SIM support.
Epic Games recently introduced an option for customers to self-refund for titles they have purchased that qualify for the new policy. It also announced changes to ownership authorization and more.
Instagram launched today a new tool for discovering recommended photos and videos from various creators, aggregated in a new tab on a user's profile. Content will focus first on wellness.
ASUS announced today its new Google Meet hardware kit, complete with accessories for holding video conferences. It's powered by an Intel Core i7 processor and will be available from June.
Microsoft and Sony have formed a new partnership to apply the former's Azure AI capabilities to the latter's smart camera sensor system. The goal is to boost computer vision for enterprise settings.
HBO Now has finally discontinued support for the second and third-generation Apple TV set-top boxes two weeks after it was initially planned to leave those devices. HBO Go will be the next to retire.
OnePlus is reportedly preparing to introduce a new pair of truly wireless earbuds sometime in July. The supposed actual design of the accessory, rather than just an illustration, has been leaked.
Spotify's web player is apparently working again on Safari after support for Apple's browser was ended in 2017 due to a security issue with a digital rights management technology owned by Google.
Samsung has shed more light on how its secure chip integrated into the Galaxy S20 phones works to protect confidential data from malicious hardware attacks. It's a part of the Samsung Knox platform.
Twitch has created a new advisory council tasked with informing and guiding the service's policies around safety and moderation, among other issues. It consists of online safety experts and creators.
Apple today confirmed that it has acquired NextVR, a provider of virtual reality events such as sports, music and entertainment. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Google will soon limit device resources including battery capacity and network data a display ad can use in order to improve the browsing experience of users on Chrome. This will roll out in August.
Amazon today updated the content discovery feature on Fire TV's main menu with a new tab that houses a library of free TV shows and movies. It's available in the U.S. starting today.
Spotify Kids today rolled out a new control capability for parents, allowing them to block a specific song from their children's account in order to filter content their kids can stream.
The new Nest Aware subscription model is now rolling out in existing markets where the service is currently available. It starts at $6/month ($60/year) and it covers all of your devices.
Instagram is rolling out a number of features meant to help you handle abusive behavior on the platform and cyberbullying. It's also testing a new tool designed to promote positive interactions.
Twitch is now offering digital gift cards, allowing you to pay for its digital currency or gift subs to your favorite streamer using these virtual cards. These are available only in the U.S. for now.
Slack rolled out today a redesigned interface to its iOS app that introduces a new navigation bar at the bottom and swipe gestures for accessing your workspaces and recent conversation, among others.
Today, Motorola rolled out Android 10 to its foldable phone, the razr. The update adds new capabilities to the phone's secondary display such as swiping gestures and compatibility with more apps.
Apple could introduce a new health feature to the Watch Series 6 that can detect oxygen levels in the blood in order to alert users to potential panic attacks even before these happen.
Facebook's new web design starts rolling out to everyone today across the world, introducing a lot of features unveiled at F8 2019 like dark mode, a streamlined navigation bar and more.