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Samsung has announced two new budget smartphones in India, namely the Galaxy F12 and Galaxy F02s. The F12 will be available to buy starting at ₹10,999 while the F02s will retail starting at ₹8,999.
Samsung is offering a two-month return policy for consumers who've purchased a Galaxy Z Fold2 5G or Galaxy Z Flip 5G between March 24 and June 22. The promotion is available in the UK.
Instagram mimics TikTok's duet function with a new capability in Reels that allows you to create a video next to an existing clip. It's called Remix and it is available for new Reels starting today.
Xiaomi has refreshed its Mi Mix lineup with a new foldable smartphone that sports a massive 8.01-inch display. The Mi Mix Fold features a design that's similar to the Galaxy Z Fold lineup.
Microsoft is rolling out Immersive Reader to four additional apps starting next month, including PowerPoint for the web, OneDrive, SharePoint, and MakeCode. This marks another expansion for the tool.
Apple is expanding its independent repair provider program worldwide starting this week. Third-party repair providers will have access to genuine resources and free training sessions.
HBO Max shows are now more easily accessible to customers with visual impairment or disabilities with the platform's new audio descriptions. The new feature is rolling out on the web and mobile.
Google is rolling out Chrome 90 with a new update that makes browsing some websites more secure. The browser will load a domain via HTTPS by default instead of the less secure HTTP protocol.
Google Workspace Frontline is rolling out to new and existing customers starting today, allowing frontline workers to collaborate with corporate teams through Gmail, Chat, Docs, Drive, and other apps.
Tile and Fitbit have partnered to bring Tile's Bluetooth tracking technology to the Inspire 2 fitness tracker. The feature is rolling out from today through an update in the Fitbit app.
Google and Lenovo have partnered to make Stadia Pro games available for free on new Legion and IdeaPad gaming PCs for three months. The offer will be available in North America and Europe this month.
TikTok is planning on stopping you from avoiding personalized ads on its mobile app starting next month as it seeks to align its advertising policy with those of Facebook, Instagram, and more firms.
Twitter today announced that it will soon allow the use of security keys as the only authentication method when you log in to your account. This removes the need for another two-factor authentication.
Spotify on mobile is rolling out support for 36 additional languages, making the service more widely available to new territories after announcing its plan to reach 80 new markets last month.