The megapixel wars have returned in the last few years, as smartphone manufacturers deliver 48MP, 64MP, and even 108MP cameras on their devices. But it looks like brands aren't content with these resolutions.
Microsoft published this week details about a new project the company has been working for the Linux kernel.
With heightened scrutiny on the potential of private message apps to spread misinformation related to the coronavirus pandemic, WhatsApp on Tuesday said it would place new limits on the forwarding of messages.
Last week we came across a report that LG is preparing to launch a new premium smartphone series, in place of the current G-series. Now a new rumor from Korean news outlet Naver News claims that the G-series replacement series will be unveiled on April 15.
Google released an update for the Pixel 4 today requiring users to have their eyes open when using face unlock to open the phone.
Microsoft has recently hired Ruben Caballero, a former Apple executive. Ruben was at Apple for about 14 years and his last role at Apple was Vice President of Engineering.
They call them corona taxis: Medics outfitted in protective gear, driving around the empty streets of Heidelberg to check on patients who are at home, five or six days into being sick with the coronavirus.
Facebook has launched a set of tools that use anonymised location data collected from users in a bid to help researchers better understand where the coronavirus outbreak could spread next and the effectiveness of social distancing measures.
The Covid-19 virus has disrupted and rearranged the workplace with breathtaking speed. In the span of a week, organizations across every sector have sent millions of employees home to work remotely.
Currently ranked as the world's most popular instant messaging app, WhatsApp needs no introduction. The app can be used both on mobile and PC.
Google Assistant has now come to Android phones beyond Google's own Pixel. It's a significant change to how Google's previously offered search on mobile devices.
Google Maps is still useful for grabbing a bite to eat even in the midst of widespread COVID-19 lockdowns, it seems.