There’s evidence that WhatsApp will at last introduce a software feature that allows you to transfer chats between the two rival operating systems.
Fortnite will host another in-game concert, and this time the star on the top of the bill will be none other than Ariana Grande.
As Mark Zuckerberg eyes Facebook as an all-conquering monstrous metaverse, perhaps it’s time he took a step back and fixed the small stuff first.
A viral video on social media shows that the Tesla mistook the moon for a yellow traffic light, in a potentially worrying instance of an autopilot malfunction.
Huawei has just revealed the P50 and P50 Pro smartphones, and while many of the specs are impressive, it’s the camera that will grab the most attention.
Computing giant Dell has had to remove some of its beefy gaming PCs from sale in six American states after falling foul of environmental regulations.
The doughnut specialists at Krispy Kreme have developed a new pastry in conjunction with Xbox, and there will be prizes in store for some lucky customers.
First airing in 1982, Sky One will now be replaced with a new channel that purports to “showcase” all of Sky’s best content.
Sales of the Oculus Quest 2 VR headset have been put on hold as they have apparently caused skin irritation among some customers.
While the Galaxy Note line will be phased out, Samsung has still got plenty of ideas for the foldable phones that will replace the phablets.
A new tech brand started up by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei has launched its first product, a pair of transparent true wireless headphones.
According to insider information, an all-new live-action Pokémon series is in early development at Netflix, and it could take hints from Detective Pikachu.
The next iPhone is expected to come out relatively soon, so here’s everything you need to know about it in advance of its arrival.
UK broadband provider TalkTalk has revealed that it will supply an eero 6 Wi-Fi mesh system as standard to all full fibre customers.
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