Google unveiled today an expansion to its college search feature that was announced last year. The expanded search functionality now lets students search for information about two-year colleges.
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UPS says it has teamed up with TuSimple to test self-driving trucks ferrying cargos of goods back and forth between Phoenix and Tucson in Arizona. The test started in May of this year.
Slack has introduced a set of new features to help admins maintain less noisy workspace chatter in larger organizations, and fresh APIs designed to streamline and automate how a workspace is created.
Starting today, you can create your own augmented reality filters and effects for Instagram using Spark AR and share them on the photo-sharing site as the platform enters public beta.
Microsoft has started rolling out the Always on Top mode for Calculator it announced late last week as part of the Windows 10 build 18956 release. It's now live for Insiders in the Fast Ring.
OneNote for iOS now lets you import details of your Outlook meeting including the date, location, agenda, topic, and attendees to the note-taking app. The update is up for grabs via the App Store.
Samsung formally unveiled today its 108MP ISOCELL Bright HMX image sensor for mobile phones, developed in partnership with Xiaomi. Mass production for the new image sensor will start later this month.
ZAGG's mophie brand of wireless charging pads, AirPower's knockoffs, are now available to purchase from Apple's online store, with physical store availability slated to commence next week.
Google's upcoming Pixel 4 will reportedly sport a 5.7-inch screen with a 90Hz refresh rate like that of the OnePlus 7 Pro. Its dual cameras on the back are also rumored to have a DSLR-like accessory.
Samsung's Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ are available for pre-order through the Microsoft Store beginning today. The standard model costs $949.99 while prices for its larger siblings start from $1,099.99.
A new report says Samsung has confirmed the lack of support for its Gear VR headset on the Galaxy Note10 series. It's not clear as well whether this will be addressed with an adapter, instead.
Google announced today that its Advanced Protection Program now alerts customers when they're about to download risky files from the internet or even block those that contain malware.
Apple is rolling out today the Apple Card to a select number of customers who have opted to avail of the credit card. Consumers can sign up via the Wallet app and also apply for the physical card.
A new report predicts that Apple could be bringing an under-display Touch ID to its 2021 iPhone models. The system will reportedly be using an ultrasonic technology and supplied by Qualcomm.
ZTE officially kicked off the sale of its first 5G smartphone in China today, the Axon 10 Pro 5G. The device is available to purchase for ¥4,999 (~$722) and is also set to hit Europe in the future.