Netflix is working to restore streaming quality in various European countries following government requests for the company to reduce bandwidth usage out of fear that it was putting too much stress on broadband connections.
A report from My LG Phones points out that the South Korean phone maker has applied for 13 new device names in the Q-series of midrange LG devices.
An Amazon warehouse worker in Indianapolis, Indiana, has died of COVID-19, the company confirmed.
Intel unveiled its environmental goals for 2030 today, committing to cut down its greenhouse gas emissions and waste.
The iPad Magic Keyboard accessory has been widely praised for its responsive multi-touch trackpad, backlit keyboard, and clever counterbalancing magnetic stand.
Elon Musk's Boring Company has completed digging a second tunnel underneath the Las Vegas Convention Center, marking the end of the first phase of the $52.5 million project to build a "people-mover" system to shuttle visitors from one side of the venue to the other.
The acceptance of Work from Home is expected by many to be one of the most enduring fall-outs o the COVID-19 crisis, but Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella worries that it comes with its own negative side effects due to the lack of casual interaction with fellow employees.
Microsoft is busy testing the upcoming Surface Duo internally, a device that has two screens on two equal sides, with a 360-degree hinge between them. So while neither display panel is foldable, that hinge gives you plenty of use case flexibility.
Huawei already has two foldable phones in the Huawei Mate X and Mate XS, offering a tablet screen when unfolded and a smartphone form factor when folded.
MediaTek has scheduled an event for Monday (May 18) to unveil a new 5G chipset. The Redmi Note 10 which surfaced on TENAA may be the first phone to use it and if it's not, there's a good chance that it will be the Redmi K30i 5G instead.
Google may never build its own car, but it's already a huge player in the automotive industry. Thousands of motorists use its Android Auto software daily, either because they don't like their car's native infotainment system or because they prefer the familiar, smartphone-like interface.
The Justice Department and a coalition of state attorneys general are likely to file antitrust charges against Google in the coming months, according to a new report by The Wall Street Journal.