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You can now access your Android's features and automatically sign in to Wi-Fi networks on your Chromebook.
Dropbox is spending $165 million on DocSend in an effort to expand its ecosystem for remote workers.
The Invoke is losing access to Cortana, but Microsoft will ease your pain with a $50 credit.
It's going to become much easier to protect your shared software development files.
Facebook is testing a feature that lets content creators in India share Reels to Facebook.
Microsoft is planning on launching the 13.5-inch and 15-inch Surface Laptop 4 in April 2021.
It packs a lot of tech into the bite-sized camera package.
With enhancements in coating technology, Apple is seen replacing the glass cover on the current iPhones with a plastic one.
The Pixel 5a will likely be very similar to the Pixel 4a 5G and sport a dual-camera setup at the rear.
Following his ban from Twitter, Mike Lindell says that his own social platform will be up and running in a few weeks' time.
The Oculus Quest 3 and 4 might pack more sensors than its predecessors for more realistic VR avatars.
Fans of Wonder Woman will want to tune into these exciting interactive stories on Google Assistant.
The feature has been around since 2018, and it's about to become a lot more prominent.
ArtStation is making room for crypto art on its platform, much to the chagrin of many artists online.
Huawei was forced to work on its own OS and now the company might be ready to debut it.
iPhone and iPad security update squashes a bug that could allow for arbitrary code execution.
Is your brand new Xbox Series X controller playing up already? Don't worry, Microsoft is on the case.