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June Pixel drop includes Astrophotography videos, Locked Folders in Google Photos, and more

Google's latest Pixel Drop is adding Astrophotography videos, Locked Folders to Google Photos, and more while expanding some previous features to other regions.

FaceTime calls are finally coming to Android and Windows….kind of

At WWDC, Apple announced a host of new features for FaceTime, including the ability for users to take calls via the web using Android or Windows.

Stadia support is finally coming to Chromecast with Google TV and Android TV devices

One of Stadia's biggest benefits, when it was first shown off, was the ability to play on any screen. Unfortunately, Stadia has yet to...

YouTube is testing timed comments on videos

YouTube is testing timed comments on certain videos with a small group of users, bringing a Soundcloud-like experience to the platform.

Fossil’s current crop of smartwatches won’t receive Wear OS’s game changing update

In a recent interview, Fossil execs let it slip that its existing smartwatches wouldn't receive the next-gen platform update from when Wear OS and Tizen merge.

Apple TV Plus now available on most Android TV boxes, including the Nvidia Shield...

This week Apple TV Plus came to more Android TV devices, including the very popular Nvidia Shield TV boxes.

HBO Max ad-supported tier now available in the U.S. (Updated)

HBO Max will introduce an ad-supported tier next month for $10 a month. Unfortunately, there is one big thing that will be missing.

Twitter’s new subscription service allows you to undo tweets

The new Twitter Blue subscription service will first launch in Australia and Canada offering a host of perks such as being able to undo a tweet and Bookmark Folders.

Google officially announces the new Pixel Buds A-series for $99

After several months of being leaked, Google has officially announced the arrival of the Pixel Buds A-series. Similar to the A-series of phones Google...

Google will soon give apps one less way to track you on your phone

Google will soon prevent apps on your phone from viewing your advertising ID once you opt-out of personalized ads, something it previously did not do.

Paramount+ is discontinuing its $5.99 plan for a new cheaper one

Paramount+ is introducing a new low-cost plan with limited commercials and no access to your local CBS station for $4.99 per month.

Chrome OS 91 is rolling out with a better way to share files between...

Chrome OS 91 is rolling out to supported Chromebooks with Nearby Share, app badges, and offline file support.

LG Pay will be discontinued by the end of 2021

LG is set to officially shut down its mobile division this coming July 31, 2021. This comes after years of sales declining until the...

New YouTube feature let’s you play songs on repeat

Playing videos on loop has been a feature long missing from the YouTube app, but that's changing with the option now rolling out widely to users.

Samsung and AMD are working to bring ray tracing to phones

AMD announced at Computex in Taipei that it is working on bringing RDNA 2 technology to Samsung's Exynos chipsets which would enable ray tracing on mobile devices.

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