Google is following in the footsteps of Facebook in banning political ads after the 2020 U.S. elections close on September 3. The company says this is to prevent confusion ahead of official results.
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Amazon is rolling out a bunch of new Alexa features in the next few months meant to help customers connect with distant family members or secure your home while you're away, among other capabilities.
Amazon has refreshed its Fire TV experience with enhanced Alexa integration, user profiles, and more. There's also a redesigned Fire TV Stick and an all-new Stick Lite, available next week.
Amazon introduced today a new cloud gaming service that's expected to take on Google's Stadia and Microsoft's xCloud, called Luna. Customers in the U.S. can request early access to Luna from today.
Amazon today announced a refreshed Echo Dot with a new design and a first-generation processor that integrates machine learning applications. It also unveiled a new Echo Dot with clock and more.
Facebook confirmed today that it will also reject ads that will claim victory for any political camp immediately after the U.S. elections on November 3, contrary to previous reports.
Samsung has announced that the electrocardiogram feature for the Galaxy Watch3 and Galaxy Watch Active2 is now available in the U.S. following approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
Google Maps will begin rolling out a new Maps feature designed to help you view and understand the number of COVID-19 cases in certain locations. It will be available this week on iOS and Android.
YouTube will require some users in Europe to verify their age before watching age-restricted videos. The upcoming change will take effect in the next few months in line with the region's regulations.
Disney+ TV shows and movies are now available to stream directly on smart displays including the Nest Hub and the Nest Hub Max, courtesy of Google Assistant's new support for the streaming platform.
Facebook has introduced a new update to its rights management tool that will let content creators protect their original images from infringement by controlling how and where they appear.
A new leak reveals that the remote control for Google's next Chromecast may feature dedicated buttons for Netflix and YouTube. The Android TV-based dongle is expected to debut on September 30.
Comcast is providing free internet service to low-income students under a new multi-year program that will open more than a thousand Wi-Fi zones in community centers located across the U.S.
Amazon now lets you share your Alexa Routines with anyone, provided you're living in the U.S. You can turn your Routines into shareable links that you can send via text, email, or social media.
Mozilla is shuttering two legacy services under Firefox Test Pilot, starting with the encrypted file-sharing app Firefox Send. In November, the firm will also shut down Firefox Notes.