Filings from the Commerce Department show the Chinese tech giant is getting another three-month stay in the proposed ban on it by the Trump administration, set to end in February 2020 this time around.
Google is still testing auto-playing videos for the Play Store, though the feature was supposed to roll out in September. It's also added a new toggle to disable the automatic playback in the app's settings with the latest tests.
According to a new report, the antitrust investigation into Google's advertising business by 50 attorneys general may soon widen its scope to include the company's dominant position in both search and smartphones.
Google's rolling out a new feature that not only helps you learn the right pronunciations for difficult words but also automatically detects the mistakes you're making and guides you through fixing them.
Samsung's announced the launch of the second One UI 2.0 beta for its newest flagship phablet. This second release features more on optimization than new features and will be coming to Korean users by the end of the week.
Facebook is launching a service to facilitate payments across its suite of apps — Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp — that will work with your credit or debit card and with PayPal. The initiative is notably separate from the company's Libra network.
A report claims Google has, in partnership with the second-largest healthcare provider in the U.S., been collecting healthcare data pertaining to millions of Americans in 21 different states. The data collected accounts for a complete health history of the patients, who were not informed of the program.