Google today announced that ARCore 1.0, its augmented reality platform for Android, is now available in non-preview form.
Happy Friday everyone. Here is another installment of Ask Paul.
Microsoft releases a new build of Windows 10 Redstone 4 with a much-needed improvement to Windows Update.
More patents of Microsoft’s Andromeda hardware emerge, this time showing off a modular hinge design.
HP's first ever Always Connected PC powered by the Snapdragon 835 is now available for pre-order. Get it for $999.
Universal Windows Platform applications will finally support multi-instances in the next release of Windows 10.
Google plans on adding 22 new languages to Assistant by the end of this year, plus the ability to use multi-languages at the same time.
This weekend, Samsung will announce the Galaxy S9, and while many seem excited, I'm wondering again if its time to switch.
Microsoft's Bot Framework is getting support for two new languages with major update to the SDK this May.
Grammarly today updated its Android keyboard with some useful new customization features, further enhancing the value of this unique solution.
Intel is launching new 5G-connected Windows 10 PCs in partnership with Dell, Lenovo, HP, and Microsoft in 2019.
I recently discussed how Google is following Microsoft in supporting PWAs on the desktop. Here's an early peek at how this works in Chrome OS.
Snapchat's new design changes so much of the app, it's turned into a colossal app for long-time users. And it likely won't go away.
Apple is working on two new versions of its premium AirPods headphones -- one coming this year with improved Siri integration, and one with splash resistance in 2019.
Microsoft today rolled out a massive new update for Edge on the iPhone. It brings 3D Touch support to all users with a modern iPhone.
Google today announced the Android Enterprise Recommended program, which certifies Android handsets that meet a stringent set of criteria.
Qualcomm announced today that the three Windows 10 on ARM PCs that will launch this Spring will be supported by 14 wireless carriers from around the globe.
Google is trying to establish its hardware credibility in order to more effectively compete against Apple. Suffice to say that it has failed miserably.