OnePlus is planning to improve the video performance of its cameras based on feedback from the community. The firm will focus on areas like sharpness and skin-tone consistency across its multiple cameras to capture a more accurate image.
Google rolled out a new design for desktop search which ended up blurring the lines between ads and content. In response to heavy social media criticism, the firm will be rethinking its design and has already started redesigning the interface.
Accenture, the firm behind YouTube's moderation services, has been found forcing its contractors to sign a document acknowledging the potential for mental health decline. While pitched as voluntary, deferring contractors have been threatened with firing.
LG has finally announced which of its handsets will be getting the Android 10 update. No surprise, the LG V50 ThinQ, and G8X are first on the list, with other notable handsets like the V40 and G7 coming later this year.
Motorola has finally started rolling out Android 10 to its non-Android One devices, starting first with the Moto G7 Plus. The firm started the rollout on the 20th of January and expects to complete it by mid-February.
Google is now making it easier to create Collections on Android with a new update to the Google Search app. It's also added sharing and collaboration so you can build your Collections with friends and family.
Huawei is ready for an escalation of hostilities with the U.S., the firm says. It has spent years building out a plan B so its smartphone business can still run without U.S. components just for this occasion.
Google has now added a snooze feature to Digital Wellbeing's Wind Down functionality. You can now pause the feature for up to half an hour, reducing the temptation of just turning the feature off and then staying on your phone all night.
Google's upcoming Pixel Buds have made an appearance on the Bluetooth SIG site as the launch date approaches. With the wireless earbuds market maturing, this will likely be Google's most scrutinized Pixel Buds launch yet.
Google's Pixelbook Go now ships in Not Pink in the US, but you'll have to pay a premium for a Core i5 or Core i7 processor as the firm isn't bringing the new color down to the $649 Core m3 equipped Pixelbook Go.