In today's top stories, HTC unveils the Vive Flow smart glasses. Meanwhile, Microsoft cites compliance challenges as a reason to pull its social network from China.
Pixel's launch video parodies ex-Apple designer Jony Ive's pronunciation of aluminum.
It takes time to fix privacy problems without hurting ad-dependent websites, the search giant says.
In the US, an estimated 40% of adults block online ads on PCs or phones.
France's competition regulators say they won't take immediate action against Apple, though they're still investigating complaints.
It's using electronic signage to display personalized messages to drivers at stoplights in select cities.
Apple shows interest-based ads in several of its own apps, but you can limit that with just a few taps.
It joins Unilever, Coca-Cola and others in taking a stand against hate speech and misinformation on the platforms.
Outdoor goods retailers North Face and REI sign up for the #StopHateforProfit campaign.
The carrier reportedly says a National Advertising Review Board order only applies to its ads, not to the service icon that shows up on your phone.
Also, Vivaldi for Android is out of beta testing.
Phone location data collected by advertisers doesn't show the whole picture and is vulnerable to mass fraud, researchers warn.