After seeing a massive rise in popularity, the Chromebook market is starting to fall back down. Recent projections suggest that Chromebook demand could be at its lowest point in over two years.
Google's Gboard app is finally getting a split keyboard layout to take better advantage of larger-screen devices like foldables.
Xiaomi co-founder Lei Jun has confirmed that the presumed successor to the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has been canceled as it sought to create a "better experience" for consumers.
The Samsung Gaming Hub interface with various game streaming and entertainment apps is rolling out to 2022 Smart TVs and Smart Monitor Series.
Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro, the latest member of its rugged phone lineup with support for 5G and Wi-Fi 6E connectivity.
Owners of the Nest Hub Max are now seeing the "Look and Talk" feature that Google promised in May, allowing them to control the device without saying "Hey Google."
New evidence suggests that the Pixel 7 will have a significant front camera upgrade, while also hinting at a few camera features the Pixel Tablet might be missing.
The Xiaomi 12S Ultra won't be the first smartphone with a 1-inch sensor, but the company says it won't be cropped. Xiaomi is expected to reveal its upcoming flagships on July 4.
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.
With right-to-repair laws on the horizon, Google is making it easier for Pixel owners to fix any issues themselves.
Some VR developers posted a photo of a PS VR2 development kit online, sparking conversation around the possibility of Ultrawings 2 launching alongside the PS VR2.
Niantic has canceled four of its upcoming games, with one of them being their highly anticipated Transformers title.
Now witness exclusive, experimental, and pre-release features with the new premium tier on Snapchat.
Google has expanded support of its Switch to Android app on iOS. It will now work with any Android phone running Android 12.
Carl Pei, the founder of Nothing, confirms a mid-range Snapdragon 778G+ SoC will power the phone (1).
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