YouTube announced today that YouTube Giving, a new tool designed to help creators raise funds for eligible nonprofit organizations of their choice, is now available in the U.S., UK, and Canada.
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Microsoft and Code.org have formed an alliance with the goal of providing AI-related educational resources to elementary and high school students, courtesy of Microsoft's $7.5 million donation.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched a Raspberry Pi 4 case fan designed to keep the board's temperature low as it runs at maximum performance for extended periods. It's available from today.
Facebook has finalized an agreement to acquire Kustomer, a New York-based startup that provides customer-service platforms and chatbots. The firm's entire team will join Facebook as part of the deal.
Sony has confirmed that it is making more PlayStation 5 consoles available to purchase via retailers before the end of the year, citing an "unprecedented demand" that caused it to run out quickly.
Samsung has brought the Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4+ to the UK a year after announcing the laptops. Both models are powered by Intel's Celeron N4000 CPU and have 4GB of RAM, among other specs.
Twitter is now gathering feedback for its draft on a new policy that seeks to change how you can request for verification for your account. The verification program will be relaunched early next year.
You can now natively edit Microsoft Office documents in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides for iOS, thanks to a new update released today. It is available on both personal and enterprise accounts.
Facebook has unveiled Drives, a new way for people to launch initiatives like gathering basic necessities such as food and clothing for people in need. It will roll out widely in the U.S. soon.
Amazon's Echo Buds are getting a new feature that allows you to monitor your workout activities via the Alexa app. The new capability is rolling out to consumers over the next couple of days.
After rolling out to Samsung's smart TVs in the U.S. last month, Google Assistant has started arriving for those TV models in the UK, France, Germany, and Italy. It's also coming to more countries.
Internet Archive is preserving thousands of endangered Flash games and animations using Ruffle, an in-development emulator. The digital library is now emulating Flash items in its software collection.
Fleets won't be coming to those who have not received it yet anytime soon as Twitter is slowing down its rollout to the general public in order to fix some performance and stability problems.
Apple will pay $113 million for its second settlement of an investigation into its iPhone battery throttling practices. It also vowed to make its battery management practices more transparent.
Google Maps now lets you see real-time information about how crowded your bus, train, or subway ride is using crowdsourced data instead of predictions, along with new capabilities rolling out today.