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The most cutting edge pre-release builds of the Google Chrome browser - which have only been available on Windows and Mac - can now be downloaded and installed on Android devices from the Play Store.
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GlobalSign has revealed that a known issue in its certification process has caused various secure websites to become inaccessible for users. The access should be restored in a few days.
Huawei is gearing up to launch its newest premium mid-range smartphone, the Honor 6X, and the company has now sent out invites for its event in China scheduled for the 18th of October.
Google introduced its Amazon Echo competitor, the Google Home smart speaker, at this year's I/O developer conference and now the company has revealed some more details about the device.
There's almost nothing that Google has managed to keep under wraps before the launch of its Pixel smartphones, as yet another leak has revealed most of the hardware specifications of the devices.
Google has announced the expansion of Google Cloud to include all enterprise services in addition to its Cloud Platform, while Google Apps for Work will now be referred as the G Suite.
Chinese smartphone maker, Xiaomi, has launched a new affordable smartphone, the Redmi 3S Plus, which will be the company's first device to be sold through brick and mortar stores in India.
Although Apple mentions that iMessage is secure from snooping, the claim might not be completely true, as a report has revealed that the company could share a user's contacts with authorities.
An ex-employee of Verizon Wireless has pleaded guilty to charges of federal hacking for selling customer calling data and other personally identifiable information to a private investigator.
The next version of Huawei's Mate phablet is expected to launch soon but the device has already leaked in the form of images, and its speculated hardware specifications have also appeared online.
Microsoft's artificial inteligence efforts are set to receive a major boost as the company has announced the formation of a new AI and Research Group which will consist of 5000 computer scientists.
Top mobile chipset maker, Qualcomm, has unveiled two new series of processors for Internet of Things devices, which will be made available to manufacturers through Arrow Electronics.
Outlook for Mac will soon be getting support for add-ins that allow users to perform various operations right from the mail app. Office Insiders will be the first to get access to the feature.
Google has released Android app support to the stable channel for the Chrome OS running on the Chromebook Pixel 2; other Chromebooks should receive the same in the near future.
Just six months after the launch of the Mi 5, Xiaomi has announced its latest flagship smartphones, the Snapdragon 821-powered Mi 5s and the Mi 5s Plus with prices starting from RMB 1999 ($299).
Google is celebrating its 18th birthday today. Though the company was founded on a slightly earlier date, 27th September is what it has chosen to celebrate as the anniversary of its launch.
The Galaxy Note7 smartphone - which is currently being recalled in many markets - is expected to relaunch in India on October 7, while its sales in South Korea have been pushed back to October 1.
Microsoft has announced the availability of the final version of the TypeScript 2.0 programming language, which can be downloaded from NuGet or Node Package Manager.
Fresh stock of the Galaxy Note7 from Samsung won't be hitting Europe anytime soon as an executive of the company has suggested that the smartphone would be made available towards the end of November.
Chinese camera maker, Yi, better known for its action cameras has launched its first mirrorless camera with a 20-megapixel sensor and a stock 12-40 mm zoom lens for just $330.
To bring new gaming experiences using high resolution TVs, Sony has announced the PlayStation 4 Pro, which will feature 4K and HDR support with updated internals.
Sony has just announced a slimmer version of the PlayStation 4, which will retail at $299 in the United States and €299 in Europe. It will be available starting September 15 in major markets.
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Microsoft has announced the availability of new features for SharePoint Online team sites, as well as its deeper integration with Office 365. The rollout for first release customers has commenced.
With the intention of providing specialized protection for wearables and to cater to the unique challenges of such devices, Corning has launched a new version of its Gorilla Glass.
HTC will likely be unveiling its new Desire smartphone on the 20th of September, as the company has posted a teaser with glimpses of a device that looks similar to the one that was recently leaked.
Lenovo has announced two new products today, one being the Moto Z Play, which is the cheapest member of the Moto Z family and the other is the Hasselblad True Zoom Moto Mod.
At a pre-IFA event in Berlin, Samsung has unveiled the third generation of its Gear S smartwatch, which now features LTE connectivity, NFC and support for mobile payments using Samsung Pay.
Microsoft has announced the availability of the release candidate of the TypeScript 2.0 programming language, which can be downloaded from NuGet or Node Package Manager.
Microsoft has revealed that its popular Solitaire Collection of various card games, that was launched alongside Windows 10, now has 100 million unique users -- an important milestone for the suite.
Vodafone Netherlands has jumped the gun and revealed the iPhone 7 name, in addition to this, some of the smartphone's technical specifications such as a larger battery have also been confirmed.
The Moto G4 Play, the cheapest variant of the Moto G4 is now available through various carriers in Canada at a starting price of $199. The device is expected to launch in India soon as well.
HTC is reportedly planning to launch the successor to last year's One A9 premium mid-range smartphone at an event that is expected to be held a day before the IFA trade fair kicks off in Berlin.
A little over six months since the launch of the Redmi Note 3, Xiaomi has now unveiled the Redmi Note 4 which isn't a lot different from its predecessor except for a chipset swap and larger battery.
Sony always has something to show at the IFA trade fair in Berlin, and this time the company might unveil its next flagship, the Xperia XZ and its smaller version, the Xperia X Compact at the event.
Lenovo's unannounced Moto E3 Power smartphone with a 3500 mAh battery has silently gone on sale in Hong Kong and could soon launch in India as it was also spotted in import listings in the country.
Samsung has taken the wraps off its first 4G Tizen smartphone, which will be known as Z2 and will be available through online and offline retailers in India for a price of Rs. 4590.
North Korean media agency KCTV has unveiled a set-top box that will provide on-demand streaming and access to five TV channels in the country, however, the access to the box itself remains doubtful.
Google rolled out its new video chat app Duo yesterday, and has now revealed that Hangouts will be increasingly focused towards business users going ahead, though it will still be available for all.
The Google Play Store is the latest service from the search giant that will no longer require a Google+ profile, allowing users to post reviews on the various apps, books and movies available.
Minecraft fans will be glad to know that the Windows 10 Edition of the game will be getting support for the Oculus Rift next week, according to a tweet by a Mojang developer.
Latest numbers from Strategy Analytics have revealed that Android has improved upon its already dominant position in India, and now controls 97 percent of the world's third largest smartphone market.
Xbox One S pre-order customers will be glad to know that Microsoft has started shipping out the console and should expect a timely delivery on the 2nd of August as per the original plan.
A developer has come up with an open-source clone of the popular augmented reality game, Pokémon GO, that can be sideloaded onto Windows 10 Mobile devices with similar features as Android/iOS.
In order to reduce its reliance on Google Maps and also help its autonomous car research, Uber is said to be investing around 500 million dollars in developing a global mapping system of its own.
Xiaomi might be planning to launch a VR headset of its own, as it has sent out a teaser with August 1 as the date. A Weibo account dedicated to the company's VR efforts has also been discovered.
The Galaxy Note7 launch is just two days away, but there's probably nothing left for Samsung to unveil as a new leak has taken the wraps off the device's looks as well as internals.