Muhammad Jarir Kanji
Rumble, a video sharing platform that competes with YouTube, has accused the search giant of giving preference to YouTube in its search results for videos.
Samsung is set to show off a newfangled technology called NEON at CES 2020. The Samsung-backed project claims to have created artificial humans.
New patents indicate Google is, at least, toying with the idea of using the Motion Sense gesture system from the Pixel 4 in a smartwatch.
NBC is joining the streaming wars with Peacock. However, the company may be shaking up the scene significantly by launching its platform as free-to-use with ads.
Google is finally catching up to third-party password managers by adding biometric protection to its Autofill service for password and payment details on Android.
Samsung is set to roll out the One UI 3.0 update for Telus users in Canada by December 15. Bell and Rogers users should get the update around the same time.
The South Korean gave the world its first official look at its clamshell foldable during the Oscars.
An avalanche of Galaxy Home Mini leaks hit the internet this week, showcasing the Bixby-powered smart speaker in all its glory.
In a surprise move, Google is hyping up Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, with the promise of "something exciting" to come.
Spotify's annual holiday promo this time around lets new users get three months of the company's Premium subscription for free or for just $9.99 for lapsed subscribers.
A new leak suggests the OnePlus Watch, which recently showed up on an Indonesian certificate site and is expected to launch this year, will sport a circular design.
The retail giant says U.S. retailers selling their wares on its platforms should expect a 3% hike in the 'fulfillment fees' it charges for warehousing, shipping, and other services.
Realme this week finally announced the launch date for its upcoming Snapdragon 765G-powered X50, the company's first handset with built-in 5G connectivity.
Leaked marketing images of the Note 10 Lite are our first official look at the phone's hole-punch display with ultra-thin bezels and it's tri-camera setup on the back.
Google's saying farewell to Adobe Flash. Having disabled Flash by default on its browser, the company's search engine will soon stop indexing Flash content as well.
Unreleased code for the Google Photos app reveals the company is working on adding support for drawing and captions for images. It's also supposed to get a more prominent account switcher soon.
The Chinese government this week passed new legislation mandating users to submit facial scans to the government before activating a new SIM card or phone number.
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