Instagram Live's paid badge is now rolling out to more creators worldwide after its limited testing since earlier this year. It lets fans stand out in the comments, among other perks.
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Amazon has unveiled a new program that offers monetary rewards to consumers who are willing to share their purchasing activity data beyond Amazon's online storefront. It's limited in the U.S. for now.
You can soon have your pictures saved in Google Photos automatically printed using machine learning and delivered to your house for $6.99 per month. The new service will roll out in the coming weeks.
HMD Global's latest entry-level smartphone is the Nokia 2 V Tella that costs $168, featuring a 5.45-inch HD+ display, MediaTek Helio A22 SoC, and more. It will be available through Verizon.
Facebook has rolled out a new feature that lets users customize the types of videos they see in Watch by choosing the topics that interest them. The new option is live only for users in the U.S.
Samsung's Galaxy Fit2 fitness band and Wireless Charger Pad Trio are now available to purchase for $59.99 and $89.99, respectively. Both products boast some improvements from their predecessors.
Sony today added support for its digital camera webcam software called Imaging Edge Webcam on macOS, allowing customers to use their recent Sony cameras as high-quality webcams.
You can now download the Apple TV app on some of Sony's smart TVs in the U.S., starting with the X900H series, and gain access to original shows and movies on Apple TV+ and Apple TV channels.
YouTube will stamp out videos on the platform that contain false information about COVID-19 vaccines, including those that contradict authoritative information from the World Health Organization.
Microsoft's AI-powered system for generating image caption is now integrated into Azure's computer vision service, and it's billed as being more accurate in describing images than people.
OnePlus introduced today the Nord Gray Ash edition, the special edition smartphone it teased earlier this week with a sandstone theme. The device will be available starting on October 15 in Europe.
Huawei might sell its Honor smartphone business to a few potential bidders as it shifts its focus from its mid-range handsets to its high-end mobile devices. The deal could amount to 25 billion yuan.
Netflix announced today that it is removing its free trial offer in the U.S., preventing potential subscribers in the country from watching its TV shows and movies for free within a set period.
Beats has introduced its new wireless earphones called Beats Flex. It boasts a few improvements from its predecessor such as a longer battery life, USB-C support, and improved sound quality.
Google is testing making YouTube a shopping destination, allowing visitors to directly buy products that appear on its videos without leaving the platform. The test is live for a few creators for now.
Samsung is bringing the Galaxy Tab A7 to the U.S. market after launching it in India a week ago. The tablet is powered by a Snapdragon 662 SoC and comes in three color variants, available for $229.99.
Microsoft and GameStop have struck a deal that will enable GameStop to run its business operations using Dynamics 365. GameStop store associates will also use Teams and Surface devices.
Microsoft took a swipe at Apple today by publishing a set of 10 principles that give developers the freedom to select how they distribute their apps for Windows, among other options.
Netflix has announced price hikes for its standard and premium subscription plans in Canada. The rates will apply to new subscribers immediately and to existing customers in the coming weeks.
Google unveiled a new way of delivering critical alerts to users when it detects security issues with their accounts. There's also new feature in Assistant meant for the privacy-conscious users.
iPhone users in the UK and Canada can now have a central repository of all their medical health information with the launch of Apple's Health Records feature within the Health app.
Facebook Portal has received new features that let you watch Netflix movies and shows as well as start a videoconference with friends and family using Zoom. Its Story Time library is also growing.
Google announced today that its Daydream VR platform is no longer supported. The VR software's mobile app will also stop functioning properly for many smartphones that run Android 11.
YouTube seems to be once again allowing users to play videos in picture-in-picture mode on its mobile website on iOS 14 after that capability vanished last month for non-Premium subscribers.
Nvidia is delaying the availability of the GeForce RTX 3070 by two weeks in order to prepare more units prior to its release and prevent the same fiasco that befell the RTX 3080 launch day.
Google Assistant will now wait on the line for you when someone you're calling puts you on hold, thanks to a new feature Google unveiled today. It's available first on the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G).
Google officially unveiled the new Chromecast with Google TV at its hardware event today. The dongle also comes with a remote control and it is available for $49.99 in the U.S. starting today.
Samsung's latest tablet, the Galaxy Tab A7, is now available for pre-order in India. It comes in LTE and Wi-Fi models, priced at ₹21,999 and ₹17,999, respectively, with a 3GB RAM and 32GB storage.
Google Meet's background noise cancellation feature is available on iOS and Android devices from today following its launch on the web back in April. However, it's not accessible to everyone.
Google is rolling out dark mode to Docs, Sheets, and Slides on iOS today after releasing the feature to the apps' Android version in July. It's available on personal and enterprise Google accounts.
Google is following in the footsteps of Facebook in banning political ads after the 2020 U.S. elections close on September 3. The company says this is to prevent confusion ahead of official results.
Amazon is rolling out a bunch of new Alexa features in the next few months meant to help customers connect with distant family members or secure your home while you're away, among other capabilities.
Amazon has refreshed its Fire TV experience with enhanced Alexa integration, user profiles, and more. There's also a redesigned Fire TV Stick and an all-new Stick Lite, available next week.
Amazon introduced today a new cloud gaming service that's expected to take on Google's Stadia and Microsoft's xCloud, called Luna. Customers in the U.S. can request early access to Luna from today.
Amazon today announced a refreshed Echo Dot with a new design and a first-generation processor that integrates machine learning applications. It also unveiled a new Echo Dot with clock and more.
Facebook confirmed today that it will also reject ads that will claim victory for any political camp immediately after the U.S. elections on November 3, contrary to previous reports.
Samsung has announced that the electrocardiogram feature for the Galaxy Watch3 and Galaxy Watch Active2 is now available in the U.S. following approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
Google Maps will begin rolling out a new Maps feature designed to help you view and understand the number of COVID-19 cases in certain locations. It will be available this week on iOS and Android.
YouTube will require some users in Europe to verify their age before watching age-restricted videos. The upcoming change will take effect in the next few months in line with the region's regulations.
Disney+ TV shows and movies are now available to stream directly on smart displays including the Nest Hub and the Nest Hub Max, courtesy of Google Assistant's new support for the streaming platform.