Mehedi has been covering all things Microsoft for years, including all the breaking news about Windows Phone, to all the developments to Windows 10 and other consumer-oriented products from Redmond. Mehedi has gained substantial experience as a developer building rich web-based applications and mobile applications while designing intuitive user experiences on the side.
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Recent November, 2019 Stories
Apple is looking to build the next-generation of Windows media apps for its services as the company pushes to get Apple TV+ on the Xbox.
Microsoft releases yet another build of Windows 10 20H1, but there is barely anything to be excited about.
Facebook makes the switch to Visual Studio Code as the IDE of choice at the company, announces new partnership with Microsoft to improve VSCode's functionality.
Apple is rebranding its WWDC as Apple Developer, with new functionality and the ability to get a developer account from your phone.
Mixer now lets streamers quality control clips from their streams, only allowing certain viewers to create clips from their streams.
Spotify keeps pushing podcasts on the app, introduces a new daily algorithmically generated playlist to provide personalised podcast recommendations.
Apple sends out press invite for a new December event to highlight the best apps and games of the year, no new products expected.
Google announces 10 new games for the day one launch line-up for Stadia as the company tries to tackle criticism over broken promises.
Microsoft is shutting down the Cortana mobile apps in some countries as the company focuses on new productivity-focused strategy for the personal assistant.
Windows Search's indexer now adapts automatically to your computer health so it doesn't throttle everything else you are trying to do after Insiders complained of excessive disk usage.
Google News is getting a new feature that will highlight in-depth stories, so long-form journalism doesn't get buried within the fast daily news cycle.
Apple is removing all 181 vaping-related apps from the App Store, citing health concerns, after the company stopped accepting new vaping-related apps since June.
Motorola's iconic Razr is back. And this time around, it's a modern, full-blown $1,499 foldable Android phone that's actually really cool.
Apple's Chief of Marketing claims Chromebooks don't offer the essential learning tools to engage kids, leading to poorer results. And it is not pretty.
Microsoft working on adding support for 64-bit apps to Windows on ARM via emulation according to a new report, but it may not arrive till 2021.
Harry Shum, a 23-year Microsoft veteran, is leaving the company next year. CTO Kevin Scott will be replacing him effective immediately.
GitHub is soon going to have an official mobile app, which means you can now review your code and pull requests on the go.
Microsoft's new Edge browser can now run natively on Windows on ARM devices, including the new Surface Pro X.
Apple's expensive and powerful new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR are releasing in December, starting at $5,999 and $4,999 respectively.
Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro is finally officially after months of wait. It features upgraded processors, new display, improved keyboard design and upgraded speakers.
Apple's much-awaited 16-inch MacBook Pro with a larger display, improved keyboard, and louder speakers expected to launch tomorrow.
Apple's upcoming AR headsets and glasses will apparently be "underpinned" by a new 3D system it's been working on for years on the iPhone and iPad.
New report details Apple's plans for its full-fledged AR headset and new AR glasses that could potentially replace the iPhone in about a decade.
Amazon could be launching its own grocery chain in Los Angeles, and the company's already confirmed a store in Woodland Hills opening in 2020.
Instagram will start testing hiding likes in the United States with a small group of users sometime this week as it looks to promote better mental health.
Goldman Sachs and Apple Card are under investigation by the New York Department of Financial Services shortly after allegations of the Apple Card's gender bias against women.
Google's Teachable Machine 2.0 makes its ML tool much more powerful than before, allowing users to make AI that can actually be used on a real product.