Alongside the desktop changes, Google is rolling out a security update to Chrome on iOS to sniff out weak passwords.
The new BoostCharge Pro offers a lower price and new phone configuration in place of removing Apple Watch support.
The StanbyME Go may have surprisingly good audio, great for drowning out the noise at your next picnic date.
OnePlus keeps the same chipset as last year's model while adding a better battery and rear camera system.
During WWDC 2023, Apple reveals its new ambitious operating system, which aims to be part of the workplace and your home.
Recent renders of the Nothing Phone (2) also display the rear glyph is being broken up into individual pieces.
Google continues its current plan of shutting down third-party support, casting a shadow over Assistant's future.
Bad actors have been discovered exploiting a Gmail bug in order impersonate verified accounts in new phishing scam.
Google introduces several new features like the ability to store boarding passes and the official launch of digital ID cards.
Logitech's new MX entries aims to help you work smarter and includes a light-up keyboard that can detect your hands.
The Apple Music Classical app has come to Android devices – before either iPad or MacBook devices get an official app.
Be aware the new screen-sharing may have some limitations such as incompatibility with older versions of Android OS.
Google opens the doors to its Search Labs program and is currently rolling out invites so get on the waitlist now.
Files in recent WhatsApp beta suggest usernames will be added to improve security and can be useful in finding friends.
Apple is working on improving its smart home lineup and may have iPhones play a bigger role in the future.
Peloton is refocusing its efforts in order to offer thousands of pre-made workouts and live classes to its users.
The iPad versions feature a lot of the same tools, and add some new ones like the ability to manipulate music samples on Logic Pro.
The streaming platform will allow users to add their friends to their account, but you’ll have to pay more per month to do so.
The Kindle Scribe gets its third major update this year as it introduces on-page writing, a lasso tool, and more.
Google will finally add an option to save paired apps, but the feature may not arrive until the launch of Android 14.
In a Twitter thread, Nothing CEO reveals its new flagship phone will launch with the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset.