Samsung has made its flagship foldable cheaper, slicing pricing for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 as part of its 2021 push to make the new form-factor more affordable. The starting price for the cheapest Galaxy Z Fold 2 is now $200 less, though it's still among the most expensive options on the smartphone market today.
Google is warning Google Wifi users that it'll be axing the app they use to control and monitor the mesh networking system, part of a push to condense smart home and IoT control into a single place. The current Google Wifi app will be deprecated, Google confirmed today in an email to users, with its role taken over by the Google Home app instead.
Waymo's CEO is stepping down, Alphabet's autonomous car company has confirmed, with John Krafcik handing over the digital reins to the driverless vehicles to two new co-CEO instead. Dmitri Dolgov and Tekedra Mawakana - currently Waymo's COO and CTO - will both be responsible for Waymo moving forward, as the company considers how best to expand its robotaxi ride-hailing service.
Classic synth fans, ready your wallets. Korg turned some heads when it announced plans to offer a full-size reissue of theMS-20, and now the MS-20 FS Monophonic Synthesizer is ready for your fingers' delight. Assuming, of course, they first dig deep into your wallet or purse.
Apple Arcade is seeing a big influx of new games, with over 30 new titles - including one from the creator ofFinal Fantasy- landing on the subscription service. It takes the catalog to over 180 games, Apple says, and also sees the addition of two new categories alongside Apple Arcade Originals.
Sony plans to reveal its latest Xperia phone on April 14, the company has confirmed, though as for what the big launch may be there are a few different rumors circulating. The company most recently debuted a fairly niche smartphone even by its own standards, with the Xperia Pro aiming to give a twist on 5G use-cases for those who focus on upload speeds more than downloads.
Rivian plans to use predictive maintenance and home servicing for its upcoming electric pickup and SUV, promising an end to waiting for parts and suffering through bad dealership coffee while you wait for repairs. The new servicing commitment comes ahead of deliveries of the Rivian R1T, the automaker's first EV, which - like others in the pipeline - will be a so-called connected vehicle.