The latest builds of Chrome Canary now have a new capability that lets you share a webpage via a QR Code. It remains hidden in a Chrome flag for now and there's no word yet on its wider rollout.
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Google is testing a new feature that will let people track the status of their parcel directly via Search by entering a package ID. It will be rolled out to all countries where Search is available.
Apple has acknowledged an issue with the 2019 13-inch MacBook Pro and issued a fix to help users solve the shutdown problem with the entry-level laptop. The workaround requires some work.
A new report claims that a 2020 iPhone model could feature an in-display fingerprint sensor built by Qualcomm. This is in contrast to earlier rumors suggesting Apple could release that phone in 2021.
Samsung announced the availability of the Galaxy Tab Active Pro Enterprise Edition in the UK from today. It supports many features from the original version of the tablet such as Samsung DeX and Knox.
Microsoft updated its Seeing AI app for iOS with support for five more languages including Dutch, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. The app uses AI to narrate the world to the visually impaired.
Today, YouTube updated its policy on video games with scripted or simulated violence, lifting some restrictions on these types of content and treating them like that of TV shows and movies.
Twitter launched today its Twitter Privacy Center, where the company will be sharing related initiatives, announcements, new privacy products, and communications for security incidents.
Facebook launched a new tool today, initially available in Ireland, designed to allow users to transfer their photos and videos from the social networking site directly to other online services.
Twitter today suspended its plan to delete inactive accounts on December 11 after acknowledging some issues. For now, it will work to memorialize first the accounts of deceased users.
Amazon has introduced new Alexa capabilities that will allow you to create reminders for when you would like to take your medication and request prescription refills using only your voice.
Twitter will be removing accounts that have been inactive for more than six months by December 11 in order to free up handles. However, there's no word on when these handles will be up for grabs.
Bing introduced a new elections experience today to provide voters a single place where they can find comprehensive information about a candidate for the U.S. presidential elections next year.
Verizon and Snap Inc. have formed a new partnership to create new experiences for consumers through Snapchat. Select 5G phones carried by Verizon will also come preloaded with Snapchat.
Dynamic email for Gmail on Android and iOS is available to all G Suite editions starting November 21. First launched on Gmail for the web, the feature makes email more interactive, and actionable.