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Samsung launches its mid-range smartphones, the Galaxy A50 and A30, which boast flagship features such on-screen fingerprint, nearly bezeless screens and multiple cameras.
Users will soon be able to use U Mobile Sdn Bhd’s and Razer Inc’s e-wallets interchangeably, following a collaboration between both the companies.
Time spent on an app is not an indicator of satisfaction, and tech companies have to find more meaningful ways to measure user interaction, says Android user experience director Glen Murphy.
Facebook is rolling out a dedicated Gaming tab to the main navigation bar to encourage more users to consume gaming content in their Facebook app.
WhatsApp users will soon be able to check where an image in their chat comes from, and if it's legit, with the Image Search feature meant to curb fake news.
Facebook and its sibling sites Instagram and WhatsApp faced disruptions since the early hours of with users being unable to post, send and receive messages.
Windows is now cleaning up its own messes, introducing an automatic update uninstaller to reverse any issues its automatic Microsoft updates cause, like rendering the device unable to boot up.
Skip email and use a fox, or rather Firefox Send, to share up to 2.5GB of files with end-to-end encryption directly through Mozilla's browser.
'Harry Potter: Wizards Unite' is open for pre-registration on Android and will feature spell battles, fantastic beasts and walking around the real world like in Niantic's Pokémon Go.
Adobe is discontinuing updates and downloads of its Shockwave player for Windows by April 9, going the way of Adobe Flash.