Microsoft and Unity have announced in separate blog posts that they will no longer be attending this year's Game Developers Conference in San Francisco over concerns related to the novel coronavirus.
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Uber is rolling out new features to its mobile app including a redesign meant to make pickups easier for both drivers and riders and a new translation service with support for more than 100 languages.
Google Earth for the web has finally come to more browsers like Edge, Opera, and Firefox, courtesy of the WebAssembly standard. The web-based service was originally available on Chrome only.
Samsung Display introduced today its new OLED display designed for 5G smartphones. The new OLED display offering features 70% less blue-light emission and 15% lower power consumption.
Tim Cook has revealed during Apple's annual shareholder meeting that the company is opening its first retail store in India next year. Apple will also launch its online store for India this year.
Today, Amazon's Eero launched support for Apple HomeKit, letting eero routers integrate with the Home app and allowing you to have more control over other internet-connected HomeKit accessories.
Google is improving its malware detection capabilities for Gmail with the addition of deep learning to its document scanner. The new technology is currently used to scan Office documents only for now.
Qualcomm unveiled today a reference design headset based on its Snapdragon XR2 platform introduced in December 2019. The reference headset has twice the CPU and GPU performance and more improvements.
Samsung's Galaxy S20 lineup is the industry's first smartphone series to be certified for compliance with the USB Implementers Forum's USB Power Delivery 3.0 specification for fast charging system.
HTC announced today that pre-orders are now open for the recently unveiled Vive Cosmos Elite virtual reality headset. The device will start shipping on March 18 for $899 with a tracking faceplate.
Opera 67 has been released with a number of new features designed to improve how you manage tabs. One feature is called Workspaces and it lets you organize tabs into various categories like work.
Most Bethesda Softworks games are being removed from Nvidia's GeForce Now, except for Wolfenstein: Youngblood. The move comes after Activision Blizzard also pulled its games from the service.
Samsung confirmed on Saturday that one employee at its mobile device factory complex in Gumi City, South Korea has been infected with the deadly coronavirus. The facility has already been shut down.
Spotify appears to have started rolling out a new feature that displays a song's full lyrics in real time for a wide number of subscribers. The update appears to be rolling out on the server side.
Ring has introduced security improvements to beef up user privacy and security such as a mandatory two-factor authentication and more options for limiting data shared with third-party providers.
Samsung's fabled Galaxy Home Mini won't be sold as a separate product for now and in the foreseeable future, a new report claims. Instead, you'll have to pre-order the S20 series to get the speaker.
OPPO teased the upcoming launch of the Reno3 Pro in India on March 2. However, the new version of the phone will remove some important features already introduced with its Chinese version such as 5G.
Instagram is working on an old feature that it removed in 2016 which would allow users to see photos and videos on their feed in reverse chronological order. There's no word yet on a wider release.
New and existing YouTube TV customers on Apple devices will need to make their payments directly via YouTube's site from March 13 as the service is pulling from the App Store's in-app purchase option.
Three is set to kick off its wider 5G mobile rollout across the U.K. by the end of this month. Prior to that, the telecom firm is showcasing its 5G service at the London Fashion Week.
Today, WhatsApp announced that it has reached more than two billion users on a global scale. The Facebook-owned messaging service also highlights its ongoing effort to bolster end-to-end encryption.
The Federal Trade Commission has launched an antitrust investigation into the past mergers and acquisitions made by tech giants including Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft.
Samsung announced today its latest generation of wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds+. The Buds+ boast up to 22 hours of music playback on a single charge and an AKG-powered two-way dynamic speaker.
Google says it will fully implement two-factor authentication for all Nest users starting this spring. The change will require users to verify their new login using a six-digit code sent via email.
Xerox announced today that it intends to raise its acquisition offer for HP to $24 per share, for a total value of nearly $35 billion. The company will launch the tender offer on or around March 2.
Ericsson announced today that it is backing out from the Mobile World Congress 2020 due to health risks from the novel coronavirus outbreak. The company says it will focus on local demos, instead.
Jeff Weiner revealed today that he is stepping down as LinkedIn CEO to take a new role as executive chairman starting on June 1, 2020. Ryan Roslansky, global head of product, will take the CEO post.
An APK teardown of the Google Phone app indicates that it could be getting a call recording and transcription capabilities in the future. There's no guarantee, though, when they're arriving.
Google Translate is getting a live transcription capability at some point in the future. The feature will work to transcribe live audio in real time after it's been recorded in another language.
Microsoft's corporate venture fund M12 has opened its European office. In line with that move, it also made an investment in SuperAwesome, a UK-based provider of online child safety platform.
POCO India announced today that it will be unveiling a new handset on February 4 as a successor to the Pocophone F1. The phone is called POCO X2 and will feature an "extreme refresh rate".
The U.S. Justice Department and State Attorneys General are said to be combining their antitrust investigations into Google as the two government parties are set to meet next week.
Uber says it will start its data collection effort in Washington, D.C. roads beginning on January 24 as part of its self-driving expansion goal. However, the test vehicles will be in manual mode.
Google Drive is now available as a Progressive Web App, meaning you can start using the service as a native app on Windows 10 PCs and Chromebooks. The PWA experience isn't complete just yet, though.
Samsung announced today that it will roll out the Galaxy XCover Pro, its latest rugged smartphone, in the U.S. in the first half of 2020 for $499. The handset will be available via Verizon.
Samsung says its 5G smartphone shipments in 2019 exceeded 6.7 million. The company also accounted for 53.9% of the 5G smartphone market worldwide as of November 2019, says Counterpoint Research.
Realme's first 5G smartphone, the Realme X50 5G, was teased on Twitter by the company's CEO Madhav Sheth. The teaser images reveal a few details about the phone's rear panel such as a dual camera.
Google has revoked Xiaomi's integration with Home and Assistant devices after one user inadvertently gained access to images from other home cameras through Xiaomi's Mijia security camera.
Sling TV has introduced price hikes to its base services as well as the joint Sling Blue and Orange package. The changes will apply to new customers starting today and to existing ones after Jan. 22.
Twitter is spotted testing a new capability that will allow you to continue a thread for your most recent tweet directly from the compose box. There's no word, though, on its wider rollout.