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Google Maps announced it's rolling out street-level details - like crosswalks, sidewalks, and more, in four major global cities.
Twitter verification may resume soon. But first, the company says it's planning to automatically de-verify some of its users.
After a year of battling with some developers, Apple will allow most to qualify for a reduced App Store fee of 15%.
Apple has officially released macOS Big Sur, the latest version of macOS, which is available to download on compatible Mac computers.
In its effort to protect critical dialogue on its platform, Twitter is announcing several new product and enforcement updates.
Opera has updated its Android 60 and desktop apps with new features to help users safely access their data on the go or on their desktop.
Apple blocked a Facebook update because its new feature called out Apple on the 30% App Store tax the company takes on all in-app purchases.
Fossil announced several updates for its Gen 5 smartwatches, including sleep tracking, VO2 max estimates, cardio fitness tracking, and more.
Facebook has started unifying the chat systems for Instagram and Messenger, allowing users from one platform to message users from the other.
Instagram Camera will now learn from you as you use it and will customize its menu for you - making it easier to use the tools you love.
Google Maps has rolled out a small design update to help us find more delivery and take-out options during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Facebook is rolling out a new version of Messenger on iOS, which it says is "faster, smaller and simpler," having been built "from the ground up."