Sony's Xperia 10 II pricing in the U.K. has been revealed with an estimated shipping date of June 15, thanks to an online listing by retailer Clove. The shipping comes four months after its debut.
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Google Duplex has now made its way to other countries including the U.K., Canada, and Australia. The conversational artificial intelligence was previously available only in the U.S. and New Zealand.
Netflix for Android has recently received an update that introduces support for Samsung's Bixby Voice. The feature is part of a partnership between Samsung and Netflix unveiled in February.
Samsung's 8.4-inch Galaxy Tab A for T-Mobile is now available for purchase for $284.99. On the carrier's website, you can buy the tablet for $11/month or $264 at the end of the contract period.
OnePlus' rumored Bullets Wireless Z earphones are rumored to have a battery life of up to 20 hours on a full charge and support for Warp Charge. These are claimed to have shorter latency as well.
Vivo unveiled today the Vivo V19, its latest mid-range phone rocking a dual front camera setup consisting of a 32MP main sensor and 8MP super-wide angle shooter. It's powered by a Snapdragon 712 SoC.
Apple is said to be in the process of acquiring virtual reality company NextVR for around $100 million. Based in California, the firm provides VR platform for viewing music and sports events.
Samsung is reportedly developing a new pair of Galaxy Buds with a completely revamped look to adopt a more compact design. The earphones are rumored to take on the shape of a bean.
Google is adding a new way for special announcements from government agencies and health organizations to be featured in Search. This applies to coronavirus-related public advisories.
Twitter said today that Firefox inadvertently stored private user information in its cache folder even after the user has logged out of its platform. The issue has been fixed already.
Motorola has introduced another smartphone in the Moto G family with a focus on battery life. The Moto G8 Power Lite packs a 5,000mAh battery claimed to last more than two days on a single charge.
Amazon has started development of its own cloud gaming platform codenamed Project Tempo, set for launch in 2021. Next month, it's also planning to release two original games: Crucible and New World.
Apple has inadvertently made references to an unreleased product for tracking items like wallets or keys via the "Find My" app. It's called AirTags, possibly set to debut in the first half of 2020.
Zoom has addressed yet another issue with its service. The company fixed "abusive preinstallation scipts" of its macOS installer so that users now have to approve it before installing.
LinkedIn announced today that it is making its job posting tools free for businesses and organizations providing critical services amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The offering will run for three months.