Muhammad Jarir Kanji
The latest updates to Google's carrier services app has apparently left some users unable to send or receive SMS messages, while others report long delays in service.
The latest changes to the Gboard beta app brings small but nonetheless appreciated changes to the keyboard's look, with a cleaner font and a new default theme.
Half a decade after YouTube added HDR support to 'regular' videos, the company is finally upgrading its livestreaming platform to also take advantage of the color technology.
Twitter says it's begun testing its new share menu on Android, more than two months after it started testing it on iOS and nearly a month after its release on Apple's mobile OS.
The mobile-oriented streaming platform is shutting its doors just six months after its launch, owing to poor viewership and difficult legal battles.
With smart speakers and displays making their way to more and more homes, Google has decided to give its gadgets some new features and a bit of a facelift.
Google today officially signed the death warrant for Daydream, ending all support and updates for the VR platform.
Google's recent settlement of a lawsuit brought forth by its shareholders over claims its management mishandled sexual harassment claims against former executives.
The rebranding would be yet another in a series of moves by the company to assert its own name on products, with Meet and Chat being the latest examples of this trend.
Google's internet service is experiencing outages in man parts of Texas in and around Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, and more.
YouTube today announced a number of new additions to the playlist experience on the YouTube Music app.
Facebook is piloting a new test that allows users to automatically share their Instagram Stories on their Facebook account.
A breakdown of the Google Maps code reveals the company is working on implementing an improved, app-wide dark mode for its navigation app.
A new report out of South Korea suggests the consumer electronics division of Samsung may be looking to Corning, and not Samsung's own display division, for the next generation of foldable displays.
Leaked images show an upcoming slate of flagships from the Chinese giant. The highest-end variant will reportedly feature a 5,000mAh battery, a 144Hz screen, and a 108MP main camera.
Google is reportedly working on redesigning the editor UI for Photos and taking more than a little inspiration from Snapseed.
OnePlus' newest smartphone may not be a true flagship like its earlier siblings, but you'll be pleased to know that the company hasn't cut any corners when it comes to media consumption via YouTube.
LG's newest dual screen contraption comes with a twist; the phone, code named "Wing", was shown off in a recently leaked video.
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