Motorola abandons its usual naming convention for the G10 and G30 and brings some high-end features to the latter.
Leaks have revealed that Microsoft's game streaming is currently in testing on web browsers ahead of a public launch.
New tools will let Google Workspace businesses configure who can access meetings depending on their IP address.
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Apple is imposing consumer-friendly privacy rules, and some social media apps are far from happy about it.
The debate over who's responsible for moderating social media and when this verges on censorship will only escalate.
Information on Apple's VR headset has surfaced, including its meaty price tag. What can this price bring to the VR table?
Microsoft's new work from home platform, Microsoft Viva, looks to change the world of remote working.
Apple has made its own password manager available on non-Apple devices. Should LastPass and its rivals be worried?
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US states look to extend consumers right to repair their devices in a bid to improve consumer choices.
Jeff Bezos is leaving a legacy to his successor as Amazon CEO that goes deeper than the company's $1.6 trillion valuation.
Issues with the Spamcop's spam filter meant many users emails didn't make it to inboxes.
With Google ceasing development of first party games on its steaming platform, is it game over already for Stadia?
Facebook scammers are now using fake copyright notices in emails to trick users into giving over their information.