A new report claims Google’s Project Fuchsia aims to create an operating system that is capable of being run on any and all of Google’s devices, which would mean the end of Android and Chrome OS.

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It has not been a good day for Google after it was hit with a record-breaking fine totaling $5 billion by the European Commission in relation to Android and the way the company uses its position to bundle search and Chrome with handsets throughout the continent.

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Google said last year that it was not going to scan users’ personal emails for advertising purposes, which is great news. The not-so-great news is that this doesn’t extend as far as third-parties.

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Here’s first Samsung Galaxy Note 9 hands-on review which has hit the web full one month ahead of official launch.

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Both Waze and Sygic have confirmed iOS 12 CarPlay apps in work following Apple announcement at WWDC of opening the platform to third-party navigation apps.

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A new round of leaks shows what appears to be an early prototype of the Pixel 3 XL, complete with the same visible features that had previously been rumored.

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Following the leak of what appears to have been a pair of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL screen protectors earlier in the week, a new report has reaffirmed what those protectors showed.

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We are yet to see any real leaks of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL themselves but today, we do at least have something that claims to be a leak of screen protectors designed for both phones.

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Intel, Google and Microsoft has disclosed a new Spectre-like vulnerability in CPUs called Variant 4. Here’s what you need to know about it.

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Google is getting ready to launch a new YouTube Music service as soon as next week, with YouTube Premium following shortly after.

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Here’s how to enable Chrome PiP Picture-in-Picture video mode early on your both Windows PC or Mac computer.

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Google is today changing how it prices its storage plans with a new $2.99/month tier for 200GB of storage being added to the mix. Alongside this, the existing 2TB plan will be reduced from $19.99/month to $9.99/month. This move will see the removal of the existing 1TB plan altogether which was previously priced at the same $9.99/month. The whole storage plan system will also be rebranded to Google One, although Google Drive itself will retain its name.

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