If you have lost drafts while filling forms in the past, you will be pleased to know that Google has now announced autosave capabilities for Google Forms. The feature is rolling out now.
Microsoft has reported that digital civility has taken a turn for the worse in the second and ongoing year of the pandemic. 18 out of the 22 surveyed countries reported net-negative stats.
The private search engine Startpage has released findings from a study it carried out about online privacy. While many in the U.S. care about privacy, a large number don't switch services or tools.
Twitter may already be exploring what features it will add to its planned subscription model as a new survey appears to be asking users what capabilities they would want to see in a paid tier.
Facebook has announced that it will roll out a coronavirus survey worldwide to get a better picture of how many cases of the disease there really are around the world where testing is scant.
According to a survey conducted by Viber in the US and UK, less than three percent of users would use the Libra crypto currency when it launches next year, and half those asked don't trust Facebook.
Instagram surpassed Snapchat as the most-used social platform by teenagers in the U.S., according to a new survey conducted by Piper Jaffray. However, Snapchat remains their most favorite social app.
Apple is sending out a survey to those who have purchased any of its iMac Pro models. In it, the company asks users what key features they like or dislike, among a number of other questions.
A new survey from security-body Imperva has revealed that many organisations aren't still aren't GDPR-compliant. In addition, more than half have received data requests allowed under GDPR.
As per a recent poll, 65% of surveyed Google Employees are okay with the company developing a censored search engine for China, in contrast to the general opinion being against this move.
A new survey of more than 1,300 people reveals that more than half of workers at prestigious tech companies would find it too hard to buy a home in the Bay Area thanks to rocketing costs.
Only 44% of Microsoft employees who took part in a recent survey want the company to alter or end current contracts with ICE. A total of 1180 employees participated in this survey.
Intel has conducted a survey into artificial intelligence use in the U.S. healthcare sector. While it found that the technology will have a positive impact, professionals still had some doubts.
According to an internally conducted survey, many Microsoft employees believe that their base pay along with additional bonuses are not good enough in comparison to similar jobs at other companies.
Mozilla recently conducted a study into people's perceptions of Facebook and whether people had taken action in light of the recent Cambridge Analytica data scandal. Privacy advocates won't be happy.
Facebook has asked for its users' opinions on the course of action regarding adults asking 14-year-old girls for sexual pictures; answers don't include calling the police as an option.
With the recent appearance of a mystery wearable passing through the FCC, Samsung may have just hinted at the upcoming device during a survey sent out to members of its SmartLab program.
Valve's monthly hardware report regarding the Steam user base for July 2017 is now live. It shows a slight decline in the usage of the 64-bit version of Windows 10, and growth for Windows 7.
It appears that some users are getting push notifications on their OnePlus 5 handsets in regards to the OnePlus 5. While the firm has chimed in stating that it's a survey, this is still a bit odd.
It appears that Windows 10 user base on Steam is on the rise again, with the operating system registering an all-time high of 51.23%. Windows 7 faced a decline while Windows grew in user base overall.
A new survey has shown consumers' perception of Microsoft following the recent WannaCry ransomware attack. Despite growing concerns, most users aren't shying away from the company's products.
The latest Steam hardware survey indicates that Windows 10 is now being used by 49.60% of all Steam gamers, a slight increase from the 49.33% that was reported last month.
After last month's apparent hiccup, Windows 10 is once again starting to gain market share on Steam, and is now being utilized by 49.33% of all users on Valve's gaming platform.
iPhone users seem to be bored with the device's design, as a new survey has revealed that current owners might not upgrade to the upcoming smartphones if Apple does not make a drastic change.
It has been asked before: would you be interested in a digital buy back program for your Xbox One games? Well the question is being raised again by Microsoft in the form of a new survey.
A recently published survey by IDC shows that the majority of U.S. consumers are satisfied with Windows 10, supporting Microsoft's own claims that customers "love" the new OS.
A new study which breaks down the number of consumers who continue using Apple Music and the surprising numbers of individuals who are no longer utilizing the streaming service.
Research has discovered that playing the classic game of Tetris can help lessen cravings and addictions. The game reportedly uses the same mental processes when trying to control human urges.
It's a common stereotype that boys like games where sexy images of women are present. However, a survey has revealed that most gamers don't care about the sex of the protagonist.
While Apple Pay is still in its early stages as a new payment service, a study has revealed that issues regarding the service is downgrading the potential of it to become widely used.
A new survey polling users of the BlackBerry, Android, and Windows Phone platforms has found that WP users remain the most dedicated; that is, they're the least likely to switch to Apple's iPhone 6.
Google has ousted Apple as the most valuable brand, according to a survey. Apple's brand value fell by $148 billion, a drop of 20%, while Google's grew to $159 billion, a 40% increase over 2014.
A new survey has disclosed, in much detail, where Apple and Samsung take their customers from, as well as detailed demographics of buyers. Are Apple digging Samsung's grave?
An online survey commissioned by Microsoft reveals how men and women use their mobile phones, along with how much they try to secure their smartphones, as well as the biggest smartphone pet peeves.
A recent survey, by job and career community Glassdoor, has listed Facebook as the number 1 employer in the world, with Google managing 6th and Microsoft not even listed in the top 50 list.
With Windows Phone getting strong reviews and market share slowly starting to rise, a survey indicates that 19% of people considering a new smartphone will turn to the Windows Phone platform.
A new survey claims that the majority of the US want search engine such as Google and Bing to block access to links that offer pirated content such as music or movies.
Microsoft's official Office blog has a link to a new and somewhat mysterious survey that asks questions related to how much free time a person like to have and even if they would pay money for it.
A new survey, taken before the launch of Windows 8 last week, shows that over 50 percent of the people who were polled had not even heard about the next OS from Microsoft.
Microsoft and many other tech companies have a higher favorable impression than Facebook currently does in a new and extensive survey on Facebook.