Apple announced a host of new FaceTime features, including the ability to work with Android devices
Nearly 2 percent of the top 1,000 iOS apps in Apple's App Store were scams, the Washington Post reported.
The UC browser made by Chinese tech giant Alibaba sends tons of private user information to Chinese servers even when it's in incognito mode, researchers found.
Certain versions of the Facebook iOS app don't have Dark Mode available right now, but there's a fix that could help.
Mobile users were unable to activate Dark Mode on Facebook, but the problem has been resolved for now.
The Stop Social Media Censorship Act is now official Florida law. What does this mean for tech companies, and is the bill actually enforceable?
Soon WhatsApp users will be able to more easily move their account to a new phone and new phone number, even if it's across iOS to Android.
Google has big changes planned for Google Maps, with more features that tap into machine learning. Here's what's coming to the Android and iOS version of the mapping software.
Google Photos looks to be testing a bunch of new filters to help you fine-tune your image and video searches.
The June 1 cut-off for unlimited Google Photos backups is fast approaching. Here's everything you need to know ahead of the deadline.
Twitter Blue could be the widely rumored Twitter subscription model that would let users subscribe to different tiers.
A teardown of the latest Apple Music app for Android suggests that Apple is laying the ground for imminent lossless audio options.
Big changes are coming to Discord, which will help manage audio chats and bring a bit of order to the chaos.
Clubhouse closed Android beta may not be enough to keep people interested in the face of its exclusivity
The latest WhatsApp update lets users review their audio messages before sending them, but the feature isn’t available for everyone just yet.
Google has a new list of rules for app makers to follow, and will begin enforcing the changes later this year.
T-Mobile has announced its new SyncUP Tracker, a mobile tracking device similar to Apple AirTag. Instead of using Wi-Fi, it uses GPS and LTE to geofence and track objects at all times.
Telegram is set to increase its video call capabilities, right around the time people stop needing them.
Zoom's new Immersive View lets you assemble up to 25 people into one shared virtual background. The feature is a direct response to Microsoft Teams' Together Mode.
WhatsApp rolled out seven-day disappearing messages last year. The window could now be shortened to 24 hours.