Motorola has confirmed that it will launch a new device in July featuring a 200MP main sensor, which is likely the rumored Motorola "Frontier."
Instagram has introduced a new typeface that "includes multiple global scripts" and a slightly refreshed logo that aims "to signal moments of discovery."
MediaTek has announced a trio of chipsets aimed at budget smartphones. This includes the Dimensity 1050, the company's first SoC to sport mmWave 5G support.
The latest Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset looks to power the Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4, which could spell big gains for battery life and performance for Samsung's upcoming foldables.
Google's 2022 diversity report shows it has hired more Black and Latinx employees over the past year in the U.S., but its workforce is still dominated by white men.
Google is yet to unveil Pixel Watch specs, but new rumors indicate it could be a fairly impressive smartwatch compared to current Wear OS devices.
After several months of delay, Google TV's personalized profiles have finally launched, making it easier to access your favorite shows and movies in a multiuser household.
AT&T Wireless customers can play Control Ultimate Edition at no additional cost and streamed directly to their devices through a web browser.
It took a lot longer than expected, but you can finally use Google Assistant on the Galaxy Watch 4 series.
Superbright games took to Twitter to announce that In Death: Unchained was getting a new in-game event. They also teased that the game might be coming to the PS VR2.
The Google Pixel 6a just got unboxed on Google France's YouTube channel, showing off the contents of the box and the speed of the new fingerprint sensor.
Google captured 3% of the North American smartphone market in the first quarter of 2022, representing a 380% year-over-year growth. But it's still behind the big guys.
Google will begin testing out-of-the-box support for braille displays on the Talkback screen reader app for Android in the coming weeks.
It's been years since the original PSVR came out, and now that the PS VR2 is announced, how long will we have to wait for its arrival?
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