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Less than a month after the first Android Q Beta, Google issued the second iteration. The package introduced new features like Bubbles and a foldable emulator for developers.
WhatsApp Business is designed to let small businesses have better control over their interaction with customers.
After the new 11-inch iPad Pro got wrecked in JerryRigEverything's durability test, we weren't all that confident the iPad mini 2019 would survive the same test. But woe and behold, it did, even if only partially.
Taiwan’s Electronic Times reports that both Qualcomm and Samsung have turned down the opportunity to supply 5G modems for Apple.
Announced back in 2018, Google Duplex is an extension of the company’s assistant, which can make reservations for restaurants on your behalf with a surprisingly human voice.
This centre is equipped to review content in the form of pictures, video links or text and will cover English and four regional languages — Hindi, Telugu, Bengali and Malayalam.
YouTube, hammered for months for fueling falsehoods online, was reeling from another flare-up involving a conspiracy theory video about the Parkland, Florida high school shooting that suggested the victims were “crisis actors.”
One of the main aspects in which Apple’s iPhones traditionally outperform their Android competitors is processing power. While some of the performance can be attributed to iOS, most of it is thanks to Apple’s in-house designed A-series chips.
Google today released its annual security and privacy report, looking back at 2018. In the report, Google says that it has a three thronged approach to Android security. It uses layered security that all work together to protect the operating system and apps. Transparency creates openness and trust, says Google.
Zuckerberg's comments followed a Washington Post report saying the US government and Facebook were negotiating a multibillion-dollar fine settlement over the company's privacy lapses.
The classic Snake game that made its debut on Nokia phones back in 2007 and achieved popularity not long after, is now available to all Google Map users.
Google has released a preview of the schedule for Google I/O 2019, this year's edition of its annual developer conference.
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