Huawei is to delay the launch of its first foldable smartphone, the Mate X, saying it wants to test the device further after rival Samsung suffered issues with its own foldable phone earlier this year.
Author Martyn Landi
Google has taken the surprise step of confirming that leaked images claiming to be of its next Pixel smartphone do in fact show the new device.
Facebook has launched a new app that will pay users to allow the social network to collect data on how people use their device and the apps downloaded to it.
Messaging platform Telegram has confirmed it was the target of a cyber attack but said it was aimed at disrupting the service rather than an attempt to steal user data.
WhatsApp is to take legal action against anyone it determines is linked to abusing the messaging app’s terms of service around spam messages, the company has said.
Microsoft has confirmed its next Xbox console will launch at the end of next year, claiming it is the “most powerful and highest-performing console” the company has ever made.
Facebook has suspended Huawei’s ability to pre-install the social network’s apps on its smartphones.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said the company’s new privacy features are about helping users, and not a criticism of firms such as Facebook.
Apple’s growing interest in the videogame industry has been reiterated by the tech giant announcing its Apple TV is to begin supporting Xbox and PlayStation controllers.