Motorola announced today the One Fusion, a less powerful version of the One Fusion+. The new phone is powered by a Snapdragon 710 SoC, available in some Latin American countries beginning today.
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The Motorola Razr 5G's alleged spec sheet has leaked. The device is claimed to have a significant camera upgrade compared to the original version, although its display size is said to be the same.
Google is bringing its SmartReply system to YouTube Studio, where creators can respond to huge volumes of comments more quickly using that system. It's initially available in English and Spanish.
Facebook is shutting down Lasso, a video-sharing app it launched in November 2018 mainly for teens in response to TikTok's growing popularity that time. It'll be officially discontinued on July 10.
Google has stopped selling the Pixel 3a and 3a XL on its online marketplace, except for a few third-party retailers. The next-gen Pixel 4a series, on the other hand, is still nowhere in sight.
This year's iPhone 12 Pro models won't reportedly come with 120Hz ProMotion displays, contrary to previous rumors, a display analyst claims. Instead, the feature will arrive with the 2021 models.
DIsh today announced that it has completed its acquisition of Boost Mobile for $1.4 billion from T-Mobile, which now owns Boost's parent company, Sprint. Boost also has a new logo as part of the deal.
Facebook is shutting down Hobbi, an experimental app built by its internal R&D team to let users organize their projects into an album of sorts. It will be discontinued on July 10.
Samsung has confirmed that it won't be joining this year's IFA trade show that is set to take place in September in Berlin, Germany. Instead, it will host a digital-only event early that month.
Google announced today the general availability of Connected Sheets, which was rolled out in beta last year. This lets you analyze and work on billions of rows of BigQuery datasets without SQL.
Dan McCulloch, a 15-year veteran at Microsoft, revealed today that he is departing the company soon. McCulloch is currently the General Manager of Xbox Live, responsible for growing its community.
Amazon announced today the rollout of Prime Video's Watch Party feature (beta), available to Prime members in the U.S. only. The virtual viewing experience is accessible only via desktops for now.
Google is rolling a new experimental feature for its News app that highlights local COVID-19 news. This new feature is available in more than 21 areas in the U.S., with plans for future expansion.
Google's Nest Hub Max today received a new capability for making group video calls through Google Meet and Duo. It is rolling out in the U.S., with support for third-party smart displays as well.
Facebook is rolling out a new notification screen that pops up before you can share a news article that's more than three months old. It will also explore other uses of notification screens.