Google has been fined €4.3 billion ($5 billion) by the EU antitrust watchdog over Android’s market dominance.
Starting this week, Google Assistant will put together a “visual snapshot” of your day and present it all in a single view.
Google has enabled Site Isolation technology to guard against Spectre vulnerabilities, making the browser memory-hungry.
Nikon has officially shelved its Nikon 1 series of mirrorless cameras, listing them as discontinued.
If the EU slaps Google with a record fine, the internet giant might have to stop forcing its apps onto Android devices.
Nostalgia app Timehop has revealed that it suffered a data breach on July 4 which affected 21 million users.
An leaked image of the DJI Mavic 2 drone suggests tweaked design and better features than its predecessor.
Over 800,000 Facebook users had their block list briefly unblocked due to a bug that ran amok between May 29 and June 5.
A new reports claims Microsoft, Facebook and Google are employing duplicitous designs to trick users into sharing data.
Chinese scammers are hacking into people’s Apple IDs and using them to make App Store and iTunes purchases.
Firefox Monitor is a new tool that will check your email address against a huge database of known breaches.
A new nano chip designed by MIT researchers could help bee-sized drones navigate better and fly for longer.
The US Supreme Court is looking into whether a 2011 antitrust lawsuit filed against Apple should proceed or not.
With improved tech and better smarts encapsulated within a small, foldable form factor, DJI has made it easier for anyone to enjoy aerial photography.
Leaked details suggest that the Xbox One could soon get Alexa and Google Assistant voice support alongside Cortana.
A Dutch court has ruled that Samsung doesn’t have to patch its older phones for years after their launch.
Apple explains why it rejected the Steam Link app and says it will “continue to work” with Valve to add it to the App Store.
Anyone caught hacking a Nintendo Switch console to run homebrew software is being banned from the company’s online services.
Google and Microsoft researchers have found a fourth variant of the Spectre-Meltdown security flaws affecting most modern processors.
An app that lets parents monitor their kids’ phone activity has leaked thousands of Apple IDs and plaintext passwords.