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.
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In the latest update for Screen Sketch - Microsoft's Snipping Tool replacement -, the app has been renamed to Snip & Sketch. Additional screen capturing options have been introduced as well.
Microsoft quite recently teased the upcoming version 3.0 of its UWP Sticky Notes app. Now, more details regarding the update have been revealed, including new accessibility features, and more.
Over a week ago, an unofficial extension that brings Timeline integration to Chrome was taken down due to the "Windows" trademark. It has now finally been republished on the Chrome Web Store.
More details regarding an ongoing sextortion scam have emerged, including reports that over $30,000 has been paid in ransom to the hackers by people who were scammed by this new form of ransomware.
In a recent interview, Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games discussed some interesting aspects of Fortnite for Android, particularly with regards to the game bypassing the Google Play Store for its launch.
Microsoft will be collaborating with Agile Networks to deliver broadband internet to 110,000 people living in rural communities in Ohio. This team-up is part of the tech giant's Airband Initiative.
IGN has removed its written and video review for indie action game Dead Cells that was released yesterday, following plagiarism allegations from a small YouTube channel, BoomStick Gaming.
Ahead of Samsung's Unpacked event, the UK pricing of its upcoming flagship has been leaked online. Beginning at around $1,200 for the base model, it goes up to $1,425 for the 512GB variant.
Windows Timeline Support, created by Dominic Maas, developer of SoundByte, has been removed from Chrome Web Store due to trademarking issues. The fixed version is still pending review.
According to a new report, Google is planning to launch a censored version of its search engine in China. The project, dubbed Dragonfly, has reportedly been in the works since spring, last year.
Facebook has announced three new tools for Instagram and Facebook after collaboration with mental health experts. These tools will allow users to observe and control the time spent on both apps.
YouTube is reportedly testing out a new feature for users of its Android app that will enable them to quickly jump to the next or the previous video by simply swiping left or right.
LG will be launching its first AI research lab in Canada this fall. In addition, it will be partnering with the University of Toronto in order to leverage its researchers' AI expertise.
Based on the findings of top data journalists from all over the world, Google is improving how news organizations can present data in search results, in order to make it easier to find for readers.