The Pixel 4 5G is secretly the best Pixel Google released in 2020. While it may have gotten lost in the shuffle between the Pixel 4a and the Pixel 5, the Pixel 4a 5G has a lot going for it.
Some Nest Mini users face frustration over frequent network disconnections, but it's not yet clear how widespread this is. Google has acknowledged the issue, though a fix has not been promised.
Amazon has finally updated its Amazon Music app for the TV, expanding support to the new Google TV platform. With the new update, the app is now available in new regions including the UK, and Canada.
UK Consumer rights advocate, Which?, is suing Qualcomm over alleged anti-competitive behavior. If successful, the suit could see the company on the hook for close to £500 million.
Google is rolling out a web client for the Pixel's Recorder app. Once fully live, users will be able to share, play, and manage their Pixel recordings from their computers.
Some Wear OS devices are unable to respond to the OK Google hotword since November. Google has been made aware of the problem, but a fix has yet to come.
Samsung is launching an extended return program for its foldables in an effort to give consumers enough time to try out the products.
Facebook is adding a new Shop tab to its app for users in the UK and Canada after bringing it to the U.S. It's aimed at allowing them to buy directly from their favorite brands within the app.
After Android and Chrome OS, Wear OS seems to be the next Google operating system to pick up a screen recorder.
Facebook will now allow news content in Australia once more following an agreement reached with the government.
Spotify has expanded its supported markets with the addition of 80 new countries. This launch opens up access to a billion potential users.
Netflix today announced Downloads for You, an evolution of its smart downloads feature. It's coming to Android first and iOS later in the year.
Samsung continues to lead other Android manufacturers with its update policies, this time promising a minimum of four years of support for all phones released since 2019.
As Chromebooks continues to reach new heights in the market, Google is working on evolving its built-in Android app experience with an Android 12 update planned.
An update to the YouTube mobile app has enabled support for higher-resolutions on phones which didn't support them in the past.
Facebook has drawn controversy over its decision not to serve up news links in Australia in response to the government's proposed Media Bargaining Code.
Google has teamed up with Black creators and launched several new Chrome themes as part of its Black History Month commemoration.
Motorola's 2021 budget phones are now on Google Fi. Google is offering them for free with bill credit for eligible customers.
ShareIt, a popular Android file-sharing app, has come under fire for potentially exposing user data.
Google has a lot planned for YouTube this year, including tweaks to the tablet experience and a global expansion of its short video platform, Shorts.
LastPass is making a couple of changes to its free tier in what has been seen as an effort to drive more users to its paid plans.
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