Facebook is to begin releasing experimental apps to the public as part of new product development plans.
Author Martyn Landi
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has said his “greatest mistake ever” was allowing Google’s Android, rather than his own company’s software, to become the world’s biggest mobile operating system.
The latest low-cost computer from the Raspberry Pi Foundation now comes with a Desktop Kit for the first time and hopes to challenge traditional PCs.
Huawei has claimed many of its newest devices will be able to receive the next version of the Android operating system, despite a US trade ban restricting access to products.
Amazon has unveiled a new version of its Oasis Kindle flagship e-reader, complete with an adjustable “warm light” to make it easier to read in changing light conditions.
Facebook has announced its own form of cryptocurrency called Libra alongside a digital wallet named Calibra, which will allow users to pay for everyday items directly using their smartphone.
Laptops made by Huawei have reappeared on the Microsoft online store after they were removed in the wake of a US executive order which cracked down on the Chinese company.
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.
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.