A cheeky reveal shows a new ‘camera bar’ with optical zoom and a new Google Tensor SoC that together make the Pixel 6 a big step forward.
A cool anime intro video and an expansive 16-bit sporting game with team leaderboards? Just don’t mention the specific event in Japan this is about…
Photo editors, horoscopes, and fitness apps amongst the genres found to be intercepting Facebook login data.
The privacy-focused browser Brave is adding a new zero tracking alternative to Google to its line up of user-first software services.
Japan sending a cute transforming ball bot to the moon, Have I Been Pwned going open source, a Google privacy mess, Starlink for NSW police, and lots more.
Victoria passes an onerous law on EV drivers, Nadella hints at the future of Windows, plus Goog, Epson, esports and more in today’s Daily.
Big news from Google I/O today, plus a victory for gig economy workers at FWC, the death of Windows 10X, Ethereum power cuts, and more.
In today’s bulletin, parliament considers trialling limits on phone use on the House floor, plus SpaceX, Google, YouTube and more.
Google’s new Play Store 15% revenue is more flexible than Apple’s similar approach. Does it really solve the mobile marketplace, though?
After sensationally cancelling the Stadia port over frustrations with Google, Terraria’s developer has reconciled and put the game back on the menu.
We handed Facebook fewer rules and no mandatory code while giving it an excuse to gain data on what a Facebook without news looks like.
Terraria developer Andrew Spinks has unceremoniously dumped the Google Stadia port of indie hit Terraria, tells the company where to stick it.
Big media, big tech, and big politics. Everyone is trying to look like the biggest tool in the name of winning a fight about the wrong thing.
New advances in AI are smashing the competition and determining the structure of proteins which has huge implications for scientific research.
The last release for Chrome in 2020 has a bunch of neat changes to help reduce CPU usage for tab fiends. It also adds a bunch of productivity features which look surprisingly helpful.
Starting June 2021, you’ll need to pay up to store all your cat photos on Google Photos beyond the basic 15GB Google account limit.