Google's highly anticipated budget phone with Google Tensor will arrive in about a month, and we know now it'll sell on more than just the Google Store (like the Pixel 5a did).
Analysis from Pixel 7 Pro pre-production units show a new display that should be much easier to see outside than the Pixel 6 Pro's display.
Third-party VR app store SideQuest can now directly install games to Oculus Quest and Quest 2 headsets.
CTS already includes over two million test cases and now gets a new module to favor app developers. The new CTS-D will allow developers to contribute to device compatibility tests.
Google Wallet will soon arrive to "replace" Google Pay, but GPay will still exist in some places. How do the two services compare? We'll help you figure out Google's latest confusing rebranding.
Xbox Game Pass for Android has officially launched, allowing you to stream games to your phone via Xbox Cloud gaming. Here's a list of all known titles available for you to play right now.
Fossil launches its latest hybrid smartwatch, the latest in its "Gen 6" lineup. The new watch features an improved UI, built-in Alexa, and better health tracking sensors.
You can be among the first to pre-order the phone (1), but you'll need to be a part of Nothing's private community.
Google Forms has introduced granular customization options that let you change how your online surveys or quizzes appear by using different fonts and sizes.
A new beta firmware update suggests that beta testing for One UI 5.0 (Android 13) could start soon for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series.
A playable concept demo was released this week for Oculus Quest headsets that envisions Sony's Shadow of the Colossus in VR.
Amazon recently demonstrated Alexa mimicking a dead relative's voice. The company says the feature is in development but did not provide many details.
The Motorola Frontier is a rumored smartphone expected to launch in mid-2022 with a 200MP camera sensor. The device could be the first smartphone to sport such a large camera.
The saga between Elon Musk and Twitter continues to rage on. In the latest chapter, Twitter's board of directors has approved the deal asking shareholders to vote on the matter.
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