Today, on May 11, Google hosted its annual I/O event. As is par for the course, the company talked about a variety of different efforts and products, new initiatives and much more. But, as things started to close out, Google managed to unveil some new devices, too.
Way, way back in April of last year we heard that Respawn Entertainment and EA had aspirations to bring its ridiculously popular battle royale game, Apex Legends, to mobile platforms at some point in the future. And, after a lengthy wait, we finally know when the game's going to launch. And it's soon!
Apple, Google and Microsoft are expanding support for the FIDO passwordless sign-in standard across devices and platforms to boost user security further.
When it comes to speakers and other audio equipment, Sonos is one of the more beloved out there. And despite not having its own voice assistant on board its range of smart speakers, they are still some of the most sought-after options out there. But for fans of the speakers, it looks like Sonos is ready to jump into the voice assistant market in the very near future.
Apple Music for Android is gaining an integrated sleep timer function with time increments ranging from 15 minutes to 1 hour, plus other extensive options..
Apple-owned Beats has announced a pair of new features for Android owners.
Google is rolling out picture-in-picture support in the YouTube app to all iPhone and iPad users in the US, including those not subscribed to YouTube Premium.
To make sure you understand the implications of each control, Google's Chrome browser has launched a new Privacy Guide on desktop. It's basically a one-stop shop that walks you through tightening your privacy in a step-by-step fashion.
Picture-in-picture in YouTube's iOS app is taking a bit longer to hit all iPhone users, whether they've subscribed to Google's YouTube Premium service or not.
Staying a hundred percent away from Google apps and services is next to impossible. But there are some excellent alternatives for most Google products. And this guide will help if you want to stop using Google apps and services on your iPhone for any reason, be it privacy concerns or personal preference.
All Readdle apps available in the Russian App Store and Google Play have now been removed in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
In light of Russia invading Ukraine, government bodies across the globe have imposed various economic sanctions against Russia. Part of those sanctions includes the restriction of foreign transactions with Russian banks. And for users of Apple Pay, Google Pay, and other mobile-based digital wallets, it has led to some suspended usage.