Google’s long-rumored Pixel Notepad foldable smartphone is now rumored to be delayed and will now launch in 2023 at the earliest. While some folks are clamoring for small Android phones, it turns out some companies are still making them… just not very good ones. Google’s Cursive app for handwriting recognition is coming to all Chromebooks with pen support with the launch of Chrome OS 102 this week. And Google Drive is finally getting support for cut, copy, and paste keyboard shortcuts, allowing you to easily manage and move files.

Here’s a roundup of recent tech news from around the web.

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