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 March, 2019 Stories
Netflix is testing a new mobile-only plan for customers in India as it looks to reach more customers.
After Google, Walmart is reportedly looking into entering the game streaming market.
eBay is adding Google Pay as a payment option along with Apple Pay on its platform.
Facebook stored user passwords in plain text, allowing employees to read user passwords.
Amazon could soon start showing video ads inside search results.
Microsoft is rebranding Windows Defender ATP as Microsoft Defender ATP, bringing the service to the Mac.
Microsoft is delivering a public preview of its Azure-powered Windows Virtual Desktop service today.
Studio MDHR's popular Cuphead title is coming to the Nintendo Switch with Xbox Live integration.
Oculus launches next-gen Rift S VR headset with built-in tracking, improved displays, more.
Six new Xbox One titles, along with Minecraft, will be joining Xbox Game Pass throughout March and April.
Apple has a bunch of new Apple Watch band colorways and new iPhone cases.
Amazon brings its customer-favorite adjustable front light to the regular Kindle, bumps up the price.
I will be taking over the official Twitter account for Thurrott.com this Thursday to answer some of your questions!
Microsoft has started rolling out the new Outlook logo to iOS users.
Google's game streaming service, Stadia, is finally official.
Microsoft just released a new build of Windows 10 with two bug fixes.
Apple's much-awaited AirPower could finally be releasing, at least according to the latest iOS 12 developer beta.
Facebook's head of product and head of WhatsApp are leaving the company just a week after the company announced its privacy-focused shift.
Android Q has a hidden native desktop mode built-in, but it has a long way to go.
Twitter starts testing a new experience for sharing photos and videos on its mobile apps.
Apple is reportedly working on a 10.2-inch iPad 7 and a 10.5-inch iPad without the Pro branding.
Google says the company removed six million bad ads everyday last year by going after bad actors.
Google now documents the APIs required for smart blinds to hook into Assistant.
Amazon and Apple are bringing support for Apple Music to Fire TV devices.
Microsoft To-Do gets deeper Outlook integration, now lets you sync your flagged emails.
Windows 10 has a new update mechanism that will automatically remove problematic updates from your system.
Remember the Phantom Black Special Edition Xbox controller? It's now coming in a white finish.