Amidst the rising privacy concerns, Google recently announced that it will allow Android users to check what data is being collected and shared through a new safety section on the Google Play Store. The move will also provide better privacy and security information to
Tinder’s parent company, Match, has reportedly announced that it is bringing a new live event experience “Vibes” on its flagship geosocial networking and online dating app. Vibes would seemingly be a new type of in-app experience, which would blend a
Snap Inc., the parent company of the popular multimedia messaging app Snapchat, is reportedly planning to redesign its core camera technology in order to capture detailed pictures and a wide range of skin tones.
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UK’s former children’s commissioner, Anne Longfield has recently filed a case against the social media giant TikTok. It alleges that the video-sharing platform illegally collects the personal information of its child users. She has reportedly filed the cas
Japanese multinational conglomerate Sony has reportedly introduced its 2021 flagship smartphone, the Xperia 1 III. This latest offering supposedly comes with a note-worthy hardware and what is the first 120Hz 4K display for Android.
Sources have revealed that consumer electronics major Samsung is expected to launch its new offering- Galaxy S21 FE soon. Apparently, the new images of this latest device do not show much design changes from that of the Samsung Galaxy S21 series. However, it does have
Leading music streaming service, Spotify has reportedly announced that its users on Android and iOS would now be getting another way to get the Spotify app to play something quickly. The streaming service has rolled out its own in-app voice assistant, which users can
The decade-long fight over the copied code in Googles Android operating system has reportedly come to an end in the US Supreme Court. For the uninitiated, in 2010, prominent tech company Oracle had filed a lawsuit against Google for copyright infringement over the all
Niantic, developer of the smashing hit VR game, Pokémon Go, has reportedly partnered with Nintendo to develop a new virtual reality game based on the latter’s popular franchise Pikmin. According to Niantic, the new app is being developed in their Tokyo ba