Google has announced it is lowering its Play Store fees for subscriptions to 15%, and Media Experience apps to 10%.
Google has launched “Data safety,” a way for Android developers to disclose the data practices and privacy their apps offer.
The FCC is proposing rules that would crack down on spam robotexts, on the heels of similar rules that have targeted spam calls.
Microsoft has released its documentation for the upcoming Windows Subsystem for Android.
Google has officially launched Pixel Pass, its monthly payment bundle that includes a new Pixel 6 and Google’s premium services.
Apple unveiled the next evolution of its M1 custom chip architecture, the M1 Pro and M1 Max, delivering up to six times the performance of the M1.
Apple has extended its AirPods Pro repair program another year for models experiencing sound issues.
Google’s iOS apps will stop using the company’s Material Design interface elements, in favor of iOS’ native UIKit.
The next generation iPhone SE will receive a major upgrade, becoming the latest iPhone to get the 5G treatment.