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.
According to an internal email from Sundar Pichai, some Google employees will be able to work from home permanently.
Google is going to delay phasing out third-party cookies on Chrome by a year in order to "get it right."
Samsung is changing its device protection plan for the new Fold 3 and Flip 3 foldable phones, and while it might seem like it'll cost a lot, experts say it's a good thing Samsung has made the change.
President Joe Biden wants to bring back net neutrality. Here's what you need to understand, why it's important, and what it means for you.
Twitter Blue is only available in Canada and Australia for now, so I tried it out for you.
Facebook wants the new FTC chair Lina Khan to recuse herself from the ongoing anti-competitive case against the social media giant. Facebook says she can't be impartial.
Google announced YouTube Shorts as a response to competing with TikTok, and experts think that the platform actually has a chance in doing so.
Former President Donald Trump is planning to sue Facebook and Twitter after both platforms banned him.
Facebook is launching a subscription-based newsletter for creators to find new ways to earn money and create content.
The FCC has approved a proposed plan that would ban approvals for equipment in U.S. telecom networks from Chinese companies that are considered a national threat.
Facebook has introduced a bunch of new tools that will help community group admins have better moderation within groups to foster better conversations.
Google introduced new ad tracking privacy tools, and while it is welcomed by most experts, they criticize the company for not making it more transparent for users.