Apple Inc, Google and Amazon.com Inc have suspended Parler from their respective App Store, Google Play Store and web hosting service.
Parler is an American microblogging and social networking service. It has a significant user base of President... Read More
Google is testing a new feature that includes short videos from Instagram and TikTok in search results on the Google app for mobile devices.
The tech giant is expanding its test of a new ‘Short Videos’ feature on the Google app to include... Read More
Microsoft has launched free video conferencing on its Teams collaboration service in time for the holiday season.
Microsoft announced this week that a subscriber to a free personal Teams account could invite up to 300 people to a video call that... Read More
Google Fiber announced today that it will be launching “2 Gig” – an internet option “bringing even more bandwidth and speed to customers in internet-intensive households who may need more than a gig to do their thing, whatever that may... Read More
Google is reportedly working on a project that will unite all of a viewer’s streaming service.
Dubbed Kaleidoscope, the content aggregation hub will be available on Chrome.
According to Chrome Story, the feature – which is not yet... Read More
While Google has included fact check labels on its search engine and Google News for some time, the company is now bringing these to image searches too.
When users search on Google Images, they might see a “Fact Check” label under the thumbnail... Read More
Spike Lee will participate in a live conversation about his 1989 film, Do the Right Thing, on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET. The discussion will stream on American Film Institute (AFI) Movie Club’s YouTube channel.
American Film Institute... Read More
This week – Facebook said it will allow users in the U.S. to opt out of seeing social issue, electoral or political ads from candidates or political action committees in their Facebook or Instagram feeds.
Facebook will start by giving a small... Read More
In recognition of Internet Safety Month, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is calling on Google to make necessary fixes to Chromebook laptops to prevent children from easily accessing pornography.
“Children are spending... Read More
Facebook provided millions of North American users a great method to leave the platform, and now it applies to the whole world.
Facebook’s Data Transfer Project (DTP) tool is now available to all users worldwide, providing billions of users... Read More
Across the world, governments and health authorities are working together to find solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic, to protect people and get society back up and running. Software developers are contributing by crafting technical tools to help... Read More
With armies of people now working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations everywhere are scrambling for software that supports videoconferencing, remote team collaboration, virtual classrooms and other activities.
The scale and... Read More
Amazon is removing products for sale in its marketplace that claim to treat or protect against coronavirus, according to an email obtained by CNBC.
The company told merchants who sell on Amazon.com that any products claiming to treat the... Read More
Do you have a sprinkler system already? While there are a few smart irrigation controllers that will work with garden hoses or other off-the-rack equipment, most are designed to work with true irrigation controllers that connect to their own water... Read More
Smart speakers have quickly become another way to gather information, listen to music and communicate with others to simplify our lives in our ever-more-connected world.
It’s estimated that about 21% of people in the United States who are at... Read More