AWS has launched new virtual computing instances for software developers that run Apple’s MacOS OS, bringing macOS in the cloud for the first time.
Three UK continues the rollout of its 5G network with the launch of its first Ericsson 5G sites which are now live for customers in Manchester, Glasgow and Reading.
Huawei has confirmed that in 2021 HarmonyOS will be getting its general release for smartphones, with the software arriving on new devices as well as being available as an upgrade to existing ones.
Snap has today launched Spotlight, a Snapchat feature that is essentially TikTok within Snapchat, with Snap looking to utilize its array of short video Snaps to re-create the TikTok experience.
Google is rolling out end-to-end encryption for Android messages users, making it harder for anyone, including law enforcement, to read the content of messages.
Google is ending free unlimited high-quality backups for Photos users, which means that once users hit the 15GB Drive cap, they will need to purchase a storage plan to backup more photos.
The Apple TV app will be installed on Microsoft's Xbox S and Xbox X, when Microsoft’s next-generation consoles start shipping next week.
Mobile phone companies in the UK are to be banned from selling ‘locked’ handsets, under a range of new rules from Ofcom, that will make switching networks even simpler.