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Website Don't kill my app! shows users which Android smartphones are the worst serial killers of background apps, and how users can protect their apps.
Apple could soon be releasing its wireless charging mat the AirPower, with rumours suggesting that the device first announced in 2017 is now in production in China.
WhatsApp ends support for phones running on the 20-year-old Nokia Series 40 operating system, recommends users get phones with Android, iOS or Windows Phone instead.
Google Duo will soon be able to handle more than just a duo of users, expanding to group video calls for up to seven participants.
New and returning Netflix viewers will have to subscribe to the streaming service directly, with payment via in-app purchases no longer an option for iTunes users.
Peer-to-peer (P2P) financing, which allows individuals and companies to borrow and lend money via an online platform, is ready for its next big step.
This year's Google Doodle features a GIF of cute purple pachyderms getting ready for the New Year celebrations.
Celcom is offering its prepaid and postpaid users infinite free data from 1am to 7am in the early hours of New Year's Day so users can share all their celebratory moments online.
Indonesians can once again access Tumblr, after Indonesia’s Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (Kominfo) banned it for nine months due to the pornographic content on its platform.
Apple has filed for a patent that would allow its devices to be bent without being damaged, though this is not related to the “bent” iPad Pros in the market.