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 February, 2020 Stories
Qualcomm reveals the reference design for its XR2 5G platform, offers 2x more CPU and GPU performance than the XR1 reference design, and 11x AI improvement.
Microsoft's latest Xbox One system update with a redesigned dashboard design, improvements to notifications, a tweaked My Apps & Games view, and more is now live for everyone.
Apple has long been rumored to be working on its own ARM processors for a Mac device, and we could finally get an ARM-powered Mac in 2021.
Lenovo is upgrading the ThinkPad line with new Intel 10th gen Core vPro processors, with AMD Ryzen PRO 4000 Mobile options expected later in the year.
Microsoft confirms Xbox Series X's 12 teraflops of graphics power, promises four generations of gaming, highlights new Variable Rate Shading system, with more details expected at E3.
Sony unveils its newest Android flagship, say hello to the company's new Xperia 1 II. Aside from the terrible branding, it has some decent hardware.
Disney+ is almost here for people in Europe, and the company is offering a sweet little discount for those who are ready to pre-order its new video streaming service.
Sony has a brand new "super mid-range" phone for Xperia fans. The new Xperia 10 II brings a triple-camera setup, with a design identical to the company's new high-end phone.
Microsoft is adding five new games to the xCloud Preview for Android users, as iPhone users continue to be limited to a single game.
Google starts warning users of "security" issues when downloading extensions from the Chrome Web Store on the new Microsoft Edge browser.
Samsung's brand new Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra are now available for pre-order, with the company offering some instant credit to those who pre-order.
Microsoft is rolling out a new update to Windows 10 for Insiders today, and it comes with the company's new set of icons designed with its Fluent Design system.
Microsoft's new, unified Office app is now generally available for iPhones and Android, with new features like support for third-party cloud storage.
Microsoft teases a couple of new editing features for Office on mobile phones that introduce a different approach to working with Office documents on phones.
Android users, Google Stadia is coming to more phones later this week, supporting a total of 22 Android devices, with 15 from Samsung.
Apple's long-awaited item trackers might be finally on the way, with new report claiming that the product could be coming out in Q3 2020.
Apple makes a nice little change to Apple Music, now groups all the different versions of an album into a single item on artist pages.
Smart doorbell maker Ring announced today that it will now require two-factor authentication on all accounts, improving security.
Microsoft's brand new Office app brings together the best of Office in a single, unified mobile app where users can access all their documents.
Microsoft is introducing support for RCS Messaging on the Your Phone app exclusively for Samsung's Galaxy S20 devices, but there are a couple of limitations.
The Galaxy Z Flip's display seems to be just as fragile as the original Galaxy Fold, and Samsung could be using a glass-polymer hybrid instead of real glass for the display.
Microsoft is working on a major new Outlook feature called Spaces that helps users organize their emails, Office documents, meetings, and more into different virtual spaces.
Due to increasing concerns over coronavirus, GMSA is cancelling the world's biggest mobile show after multiple phone makers pulled out.
Microsoft is releasing a new build of Windows 10 to Insiders in the First Ring, and it's also introducing a new design for the Calendar app in preview today.
Microsoft finally opens up xCloud to iOS users, but due to Apple's policies, the preview is very limited.
GitHub is launching a new command-line interface for developers -- but don't worry, it's not here to replace Git.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp now has 2 billion users around the world, joining Facebook itself in the 2-billion user club.