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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the Samsung Galaxy Fold and how it's supposed to be ready, Apple's take on Ive's departure and more
Are companies responsible for keeping their content safe for viewers? The panel talks YouTube safety and digital wellness.
It's not exactly clear how the in-app browser will help cut the spread of fake news as much as the other feature on WhatsApp.
Chinese tech manufacturer vivo is looking to push its newest brand, iQOO, into as big a spotlight as possible. What about NBA All-Star coverage?
The FTC has been determining if Facebook broke its promises to beef up privacy protections for its users in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer vivo has a new subsidiary, but we don't know what it exactly stands for just yet. Could a foldable make a first impression?
The feature, officially titled "Remove for Everyone," lets Facebook Messenger users delete their own messages from the entire conversation.
Google+ had two big security holes punched into it last year and that has led us to this point: the end of life for the social network.
"Project Atlas" has been caught out and Facebook is being punished by Apple for violation of its app distribution rules — not seemingly a privacy battle.
A Reddit thread is growing with the confusion of dozens of OnePlus 6T owners wondering why their batteries have started choking out faster this week.
The consequences? A fairly large cut in monthly wages and demotions. All for a tweet that wasn't just a simple mistake, but tipped the political tide.
Okay, this stuff happens. Most workplaces don't really care about what your personal phone is and we do a lot of work on them. But this fail was odd.
If you needed to drop short voice messages with a friend on Instagram, the social network has now made it possible for you to do so.
The Google+ meltdown is speeding up with another discovery of an API vulnerability that let third parties access users' personal information.
Huawei has its 40-megapixel cameras while Nokia had the Lumia 1020 with a 41-megapixel camera. Will Xiaomi beat them to a pulp in January?
Lin Bin, like any tech executive in China, loves to tease the fans. He decided to do so with a social media post with a minor distinction.
The Galaxy F gets a few new views while an iPhone X explodes after a software update. Also on our show, why you should buy a Mac Mini and iPad Pro together.
Believe it or not, Jack Dorsey does have his reasons for putting the edit button on skids despite a voracious crowd wanting it so badly.
Silencing a conversation thread on WhatsApp is quite easy, but only if you're on Android. It may soon be easy on iOS as well.
OnePlus had confirmed that the 6T would have a fingerprint sensor beneath its display. Now, it has also confirmed how that component will work.
The data breach allowed app developers to collect data from not only consenting users, but those who shared private data with those users.
Actually, it's cutting into all of the commentary by the YouTube tech press on what's been going on with these Pixel 3 leaks.
Ten lucky creators will get an all-expenses paid VIP package surrounding the OnePlus 6T launch events in New York and New Delhi.