Shruti Shekar is Android Central's managing editor. She was born in India, brought up in Singapore, but now lives in Toronto and couldn't be happier. She started her journalism career as a political reporter in Ottawa, Canada's capital, and then made her foray into tech journalism at MobileSyrup and most recently at Yahoo Finance Canada. When work isn't on her mind, she loves working out, reading thrillers, watching the Raptors, and planning what she's going to eat the next day.
Android Central is going to live blog the Samsung Unpacked event. So stay a while, catch up, learn about what has launched.
Google says it's losing Gen Z to rivals like TikTok and Instagram when it comes to search. So maybe Google needs to figure out how to improve search for its consumers.
Samsung is rumored to cancel the Galaxy S22 FE phone, but does that mean it will cancel the entire line of devices? Experts weigh in.
Verizon has introduced its new Welcome Unlimited plan for $30 per line per month for four lines, with auto-pay.
Looks like Elon Musk is looking to terminate his agreement with Twitter, citing the social media platform's inability to provide accurate data on bot accounts.
TikTok is under scrutiny again on whether or not it is taking data and feeding it to China. The FCC commissioner writes a letter to Apple's CEO Tim Cook and Google's CEO Sundar Pichai.
In a way to allow users to write long-form content, Twitter has launched Notes. The new feature released in select countries could change the way people are using Twitter.
Talks of a potential Roku-Netflix partnership has sparked discussion on why now and if it really will be beneficial to the growth of respective companies.
Google's long-awaited cohesive hardware ecosystem has more of a chance of stealing Samsung customers to become a viable third option for users, experts say.
A claim indicates Samsung has taken the technology that a Dutch company discovered that determines how much battery your phone has left.
Google barely spoke about Wear OS 3 at Google I/O this year, but there's a very good reason for that. Experts analyze why Google made the move to be quiet about the software.
Google has yet again rebranded another one of its apps and analysts are split on whether this will confuse users or not.
Google is trying to make your meetings better by incorporating AI. Here are all the things the company is doing.
Twitter will now be owned by Elon Musk, who will take the company private. He bought the company for about $44 billion.
A Google Pixel Watch was reportedly found at a restaurant in the U.S., and Android Central got the images of what could be the company's first wearable.
Apple might come up with a smartphone hardware subscription model and it will get a whole bunch of companies to follow its lead. But it might not be fully successful in North America.
Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter for $54.20 per share, stating that the platform has the "potential to be the platform for free speech."
Twitter has acquired OpenBack, a mobile platform that helps makes apps more engaging through device-side control of push notifications.
Germany's major trade show IFA will be this September and will be in person again. It will bring major announcements in the tech world.
The U.S. Justice Department has picked up speed in an investigation into Google's dominance with respect to its Maps software.
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