HMD Global has announced the Nokia 7 Plus. The device is aimed at creative types with the company highlighting the dual rear cameras with Zeiss lenses. It will cost €399 or $490, excluding taxes.
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Google has announced a number of changes to Assistant which will improve the service. Additionally, mobile carriers and devices manufacturers are expected to tie their products into Assistant more.
Remember Opera Max? Well, it seems like Samsung snapped it up and relaunched it as Samsung Max. The Korean firm is touting the data savings and privacy protections that the app offers to users.
Google will use MWC 2018 to push RCS and its Android Messages application on businesses and customers alike. RCS makes old, clunky, SMS more modern, putting it on par with other instant messengers.
The Iranian government could roll out its own cryptocurrency in the future, after recent statements were issued by the country's ICT minister. Iran looks to be following in the steps of Venezuela.
Moxie Marlinspike, the lead developer behind Signal, has announced the formation of the Signal Foundation, which has started off life with $50 million in funding to grow the project.
The anonymously-run Pineapple Fund has donated $200,000, or 27 BTC, to the KDE project. It will help the KDE project cover travels costs, development costs, and the costs of events.
Have you ever wondered what all the fuss surrounding Linux is about? With this guide, we'll whet your appetite and discover how you can boot and install Linux Mint on to your computer.
Apple is rumoured to be working on a deal that will allow it to buy cobalt, an essential battery material, directly from miners. It's prompted by fears that electric vehicles will create shortages.
Stanford researchers led by Raj Chetty have been given access to data that Facebook holds on U.S. users. The fact that Facebook is sharing the data is raising questions about user privacy.
Google has added new functionality to the Tez payments app in India which allows users to search for over 90 utility companies in order to quickly and easily get bill payments set up.
Facebook has been told by a Belgian court that it must stop tracking non-users around the web and immediately destroy their data. Facebook faces daily fines if it refuses to comply.
Rob Joyce, head of cybersecurity at the White House, has cast doubt on the possibility of bitcoin regulation in the near term. The White House is still weighing up the benefits and risks of bitcoin.
An update is expected to launch for Xbox Insiders soon which will finally enable 1440p support on the Xbox One X and the Xbox One S. The latter device's support will probably be limited to video.
Google has announced that it intends to buy Xively, a division of LogMeIn, that focuses on the Internet of Things. The new purchase will cost Google $50 million and it'll bolster Google Cloud.