Google and Microsoft are adding AI chatbots to their productivity suites, which could tell us a lot about where artificial intelligence is going next.
The new app will give users a robust, classical music experience with over 5 million tracks, biographies on composers, and lossless audio.
The new version is available now for every supported platform.
The company has introduced new versions of Bing and Edge that deeply integrate an upgraded version of OpenAI's ChatGPT. Let the AI war begin.
The tool will mark Google's first foray into making its machine learning systems available directly to the public.
It's not NFL Plus, it's me.
The feature was released a couple of weeks ago, but is anyone actually using it?
The update also comes with much-needed tweaks to the iPhone 14 Pro's always-on display.
The update doesn't come with any new features (at least not yet), but there are a couple of UI tweaks.
The first devices getting the update will be those that were involved with OnePlus' open beta program.
After originally launching in November, the new Twitter Blue is back, and it's priced differently for the web and iOS.
A simple system change now keeps Wi-Fi enabled if you turn on airplane mode.
The company is beefing up its security practices even further to help push the narrative that it cares the most about your privacy.
Google will include support for YouTube, Google TV, Netflix, and HBO Max when Spatial Audio on Pixel Buds Pro launches in January.
It's technically called "Apple Music Sing," but you get the idea.
The December Feature Drop is here, and it's adding some meaningful updates to the latest Pixel phones.
Google is continuing its commitment to Wear OS, and it's latest enhancements are pretty sweet
If you're an Apple Music or YouTube Music user, you can now discover which songs, artists, and genres you streamed the most in 2022.
There's no word on when they'll ship, but 9to5Google reports that both apps are "full" versions of their smartphone counterparts.
Elon Musk said that the three new verification methods will start rolling out Friday, December 2nd in an effort to reduce parodies and impersonations on the platform.
According to a report from The Verge, Musk wants to ensure no one can read your direct messages... even at gunpoint.
If you're on an Unlimited Plus plan, you can score a free year of ad-free YouTube and save $120.
Musk wants "Twitter 2.0" to be full of "exceptional" people, so he's prepared to fire some who won't commit.
The latest beta lets you flick off your wallpaper and notifications so you can simplify your AOD.