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 January, 2020 Stories
Microsoft's largest IT Pro-focused event is moving to a new location, will be held this September in New Orleans.
Google is teaming up with UK's largest internet service provider BT, with BT offering unique Stadia plans to new subscribers for its broadband plans.
Google is reportedly planning to bring Steam to Chrome OS, along with more powerful hardware that will actually be capable of running games.
After testing Xbox Console Streaming with only a number of Insiders in the US and UK, Microsoft is expanding the preview to Xbox Insiders everywhere else.
Sonos is taking legal actions against Google for infringing 100 of its patents after Google got access to its multi-room audio tech back in 2013.
Lenovo introduces the "world's first foldable PC", co-engineered with Intel, coming sometime in mid-2020 for $2,499 with Windows 10 Pro.
Lenovo is introducing a new line of consumer computers dedicated for content creating at CES 2020 this year.
Lenovo is bringing Intel's latest 10th gen processors to its refreshed ThinkPad line, along with anew standalone keyboard that brings the iconic ThinkPad keyboard design to other devices wirelessly.
Dell's Mobile Connect app will apparently let iPhone owners mirror their phone's screen on their Dell device, and even transfer files wirelessly this Spring.
The Pixel 4's first feature drop is here -- and along with the promised features, it also introduces an improvement to Face Unlock, support for T-Mobile eSIM, and improved location tracking.
Samsung is working on a new Lite edition device for both the Galaxy S10 and Note10, and details of both the devices have leaked ahead of launch.
Motorola is delaying its much-awaited Razr foldable phone. The company isn't saying exactly when the new Razr will launch, but it says there won't be a significant delay
Facebook continues to invest on its gaming business, acquires Spanish cloud video gaming company PlayGiga for 70 million euros.
This could be our first ever look at Samsung's next-gen Galaxy Fold, featuring a clamshell design and maybe a 108MP camera.
Spotify seems to be working on a major new social feature called Tastebuds that lets you discover music through your friends on Spotify.
Twitter is finally fixing the interface for its iPad app, introducing a new multi-column layout that makes use of the screen real estate on devices like the iPad Pro.
Adobe is bringing one of its core photography apps to the Microsoft Store in Windows 10. The company seems to have quietly released Adobe Lightroom on the Microsoft Store this week.
Microsoft is bringing Bing's Visual Search feature to more places in Windows 10 -- it's now integrated into the Search bar in Windows.
Inspired by Spotify, Google launches new personalized playlists for YouTube Music that help you expand your music library.
A Google Chrome for Android bug from last week almost deleted users' data, but Google has now fixed the issue without deleting user data.
Instagram continues adding new Stories mode, it's now introducing a new mode for sharing multiple photos on Stories.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint lands on Google Stadia along with Borderlands 3 and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, introduces support for Stadia Connect.
Confused about the Xbox Series X branding? Well, Microsoft's next-generation Xbox branding isn't Xbox Series X -- but it's much simpler.
With the new Microsoft Edge browser set to launch on January 15, Microsoft details how it plans to deliver the new browser and migrate users from the older Edge.
Microsoft starts letting developers submit extensions for the new Microsoft Edge Addons store as it stops taking in new extensions for the older Edge.
New Android phones in Turkey will ship without Google apps, including the Play Store, after Google failed to meet the local competition authority's demands.
In the spirit of the holidays, Google is giving away an extra Buddy Pass to those with Stadia's Founders Edition for free.