Ads coming to Google image search, Samsung already working on two more foldable phones
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Google is working on a way to bring shoppable sponsored ads to its image search results.
Currently being tested on a small percentage of users.
The image ads are appearing on searches related to art, home office ideas, and more.
Look for the roll out to hit more of an audience and topics in the coming months.
With the company's first foldable phone not even available yet, word is that Samsung is already working on two more foldable devices, this according to Bloomberg.
The phones include one that folds outwards, the opposite of the Galaxy fold and one that folds vertically.
The company's first real bendable phone, the Galaxy Fold, arrives this April.
And finally, FitBit has unveiled a new line of fitness trackers, including the Versa Light, a budget version of its popular flagship watch.
There's also the FitBit Ace 2, which is aimed at kids.
And the new entry level device, the Inspire.
All of the new devices are more competitively with priced than last generation and as well.
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