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, 2018 Stories
Huawei's new flagships come with everything you'd expect on a flagship phone in 2018: a notch, a glass back design, and an AI-powered camera system.
A data mining firm stole data of 50 million Facebook users to manipulate voter behavior, but is it really Facebook's fault?
Google is bringing the ability to send payments to Assistant on the phone in the United States, coming to Home smart speakers in the future.
Microsoft releases the second cumulative update for this month to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update users.
Instagram says new posts will now show up more often in its algorithmic feed as it addresses recent backlash.
Facebook releases its official Video app for watching shows and videos on the network for your Xbox One.
Microsoft's Immersive Reader is getting updated with a new Picture Dictionary feature, along with other improvements on OneNote, Word, and Outlook.
LinkedIn's attempt at imitating Snapchat is embarrassingly poor.
Windows 10's newest Redstone 4 build comes with improvements to Cortana as Microsoft readies the next major update for the OS.
Google is investing big on the news industry with a new Subscribe with Google program and a $300 million investment.
Android manufacturers are getting ready to copy Apple's Face ID tech on the iPhone X, but production bottlenecks are making it impossible.
The next releases of Windows 10 includes improvements to Narrator, Eye Control, and more to make the OS more accessible to all users.
Amazon, Google, and Facebook introduce brand new cloud-based tools for game developers as Microsoft falls behind.
The next Windows 10 update includes major changes to the update system that gives users less downtime during major updates.
Google Play Instant now supports games on the Play Store, starting off with 6 games.
Microsoft flights three new Windows 10 builds, introduces native HEIF support for Windows 10's Photos app.
Microsoft's hot new game comes out next week and you can get it for free with every new purchase of the Xbox One X.
Intel's upcoming processors will come with silicon level fixes for Meltdown and Spectre with updated processor design.
Google is getting rid of the Android Wear in favor of Wear OS.
Microsoft's new design for Outlook.com is being enabled by default for all users in the coming weeks.
Researchers at Microsoft have developed a new system that's capable of translating news as accurately as humans.
Amazon is bringing free games to Twitch Prime, letting you get games at no cost with your existing Prime subscription.
Microsoft internally started testing a new Teams app for Windows 10 devices based on the web app. Don't get too excited: it's not a PWA.
More Windows systems start getting update Intel firmware and fixes for Meltdown and Spectre.
Google is bringing Assistant to the iPad as the company continues to bring its virtual assistant to more customers.
Microsoft is releasing a new Windows 10 Redstone 4 build with improvements to Windows Defender Application Guard.
Andy Rubin's Essential finally brings the latest version of Android to its flagship smartphone after some minor hurdles.