Google is dropping a grab bag of new features and updates for several Android apps, including a single place to view all your reminders using Google Assistant, faster typing experience with Gboard and more. Some capabilities that were previously exclusive to the Pixel phones are rolling out to more Android phones.
Google ads are about to become more transparent by allowing you to gain access to advertisers' past campaigns and check their credibility. The new disclosures are rolling out in the U.S. over the coming months.
Google Chat's older PWA version will be retired on September 27, when Google plans to retire the legacy app. Users will then need to upgrade to Chat's most recent PWA in order to continue using the service.
Telegram has added a bunch of new capabilities that improve the way you customize your chat experience and more. The instant messaging app also picked up a new feature to record and save live streams and video chats.
A recent filing with the Federal Communications Commission has revealed a bunch of connectivity upgrades for the upcoming Surface Duo 2, including support for 5G, NFC, and Wi-Fi 6. It could also include a type of wireless charging that's unlikely to be based on the Qi standard.
You can now play Stadia games on Samsung's recent flagship smartphones and tablets in an official capacity. Google's cloud gaming service has added official support for the Galaxy S21 and Note 20 lineups as well as some Galaxy tablets.
Google's new Chromebook training game makes the transition from Windows or macOS to Chrome OS much easier, with quizzes and minigames focused on various use cases such as productivity and entertainment.
Xiaomi has updated the Mi Band 6 it initially unveiled in March with a new NFC feature in Europe. This is the first time the fitness tracker will be available in a non-Chinese market with contactless payment support.
Google Tasks is set to have a new logo that will begin rolling out next week across the web and mobile platforms. The new logo will bring the productivity app in line with the rest of the Workspace services.
A new leak has revealed a slew of details about the Google Pixel 6 Pro's specs and features, some of which have already been revealed by Google. Contrary to previous rumors, the device will not include Active Edge, according to the latest information.