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 July, 2019 Stories
Microsoft is discontinuing Skype's SMS Connect feature, recommending users to move to the new Your Phone app on Windows 10.
Qualcomm is getting fined €242 Million for engaging in predatory pricing between 2009 and 2011.
After researchers found 7 apps that allow people to track your location, SMS and call history, Google pulled them from the Play Store.
Samsung is launching its fifth 10nm mobile DRAM since September 2016, and it's faster and more power-efficient than ever before.
Netflix lost around 130,000 subscribers in the United States in the last quarter, and so it's looking at new low-cost plans to help grow its subscriber numbers globally.
Samsung's Unpacked event is just around the corner, and it's upcoming Galaxy Tab S6 device has leaked ahead of launch, revealing some very interesting design choices.
Instagram expands a test that takes away like counts to 6 more countries as it looks to make the social network less competitive.
Microsoft starts testing its new controlled feature rollout system in Windows 10 19H2 by introducing a new build that enables features from an older build.
Apple is releasing the fourth developer beta of iOS 13 with some minor changes and stability improvements.
Microsoft is rolling out a new look for OneDrive on iOS that improves ease-of-use and aligns the design with the rest of the Office 365 suite.
Microsoft announces new partnership that'll involve AT&T moving its non-network apps and workforce to Microsoft services, costing the company a reported $2 billion.
After the Switch Lite, Nintendo is quietly launching a refreshed Switch that comes with much longer battery life.
Amazon is facing a new antitrust investigation by the European Commission after preliminary fact-finding found the company using sensitive data that could potentially affect competition.
Microsoft is rolling out a new build of Windows 10 19H2 to Insiders in the Slow Ring with a small twist.
Twitter is finally making its brand new Twitter.com experience official. It's the same app that powers Twitter on mobile browsers and the Windows 10 app.
Microsoft says it has disabled the Windows 10 version 1903 for some Surface Book 2 devices because of issues with the dGPU.
Microsoft's been working on a new dark mode for Outlook for phones, and here's our first look at the new dark interface.
Amazon is working on a new, high-end Echo speaker that will offer premium sound like the HomePod and Google Home Max.
The rumors are true. Samsung is getting rid of the headphone jack with the Galaxy Note 10.
Microsoft is starting the next phase for Minecraft with the first closed beta of its AR-powered Minecraft Earth game.
Google is introducing a new, modern News interface for Search on the desktop.
Microsoft says Microsoft Teams now has 13 million daily active users, which could beat Slack's previously announced 10 million.
Microsoft's latest Windows 10 20H1 build comes with the ability to quickly create events from the taskbar, updated Surface firmware, and more.
New renders give us our first look at Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ devices ahead of the August 7 launch.
Google Translate's instant camera translation now supports 88 languages, more reliable translations.
Google is introducing changes to the gestural navigation system on Android Q with the latest beta, more changes expected to show up in beta 6.
Microsoft just patented a new Xbox controller design that would be perfect for xCloud, but will the company actually make it into a real product?