Google has hired one of Apple’s processor designers – hinting that the company might be ready to produce its own chips for use in a Pixel smartphone.
Gboard for Android has been updated, offering a slew of new features – among them, the ability to recognize hand-drawn emoji.
Microsoft has officially launched its Bing Rewards program in the United Kingdom in a bid to bolster the popularity of the search engine.
Apple has filed a new FCC Application to test next-generation 5G wireless networks, revealing that the firm could be preparing a future iPhone for use with the technology.
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Bloomberg has reported that Google is gearing up to announce the arrival of Google Assistant as a standalone app on iOS on day one of its 2017 I/O.
Opera has unveiled a new user interface for its desktop browser which places instant messaging services such as WhatsApp and Messenger directly in its sidebar.
Google has revealed the user interface for Fuchsia, its mysterious mobile operating system that could one day work in tandem with – or replace – Android.
Harmon Kardon has officially announced the Invoke; a smart speaker that will be the first such device to be powered by Microsoft’s Cortana.