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
Samsung makes its second foldable phone official. Say hello to the new Galaxy Z Flip, the company's newest foldable phone, starting at $1,380.
It's finally official: Samsung launches the Galaxy S20 line with new camera module, upgraded 120Hz displays, and more at its Unpacked event.
Samsung unveils new Galaxy Buds+ wireless earbuds with upgraded battery life, improved audio quality, and Spotify integration.
Microsoft reveals new Win32 container in Windows 10X, says OS updates will take less than 90 second restarts.
Microsoft is releasing the new Windows 10X emulator today, showing developers how they can start building apps for dual-screen devices. It's also showing off some Windows 10X features.
Microsoft is updating the Surface Duo SDK with support for drag-and-drop, macOS, Linux, Android Studio on Windows, and more.
Slack just got its biggest customer: IBM. The company is moving all 350,000 of its employees to Slack, as competition between Slack and Microsoft Teams heats up.
Microsoft Excel users, there is a new XLOOKUP function that is succeeding VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP with new lookup capabilities on Excel. It's now generally available.
Samsung just aired an official commercial for the Galaxy Z Flip during the Academy Awards just days before. the official launch.
Microsoft is releasing version 80 of the new Edge browser to the public, which brings native support for ARM64 devices like the Surface Pro X.
Google added automatic punctuations to its voice typing feature, but it isn't working as expected, causing problems for hundreds of users.
Twitch is apparently not generating enough revenue for Amazon, and so the company is planning to offer its streaming tech as a service to businesses in an effort to make more money off Twitch.
Netflix will finally give users the option to disable auto-playing previews when browsing.
Apple continues to unify the iOS and Mac App Store: will now allow users to pay for an app once, and access it on all their devices.
Microsoft appoints Panos Panay as head of new Devices + Windows team, moves Joe Belfiore to Office Experience Group, along with some other leadership changes.
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner is stepping down after 11 years at the company, head of product will be taking over his position going forward.
Spotify revenue grows 24% year-over-year, with the service now having 124 million paid subscribers, and monthly active users growing by 31%.
Microsoft announces three new games for Xbox Game Pass for Console and three new games for those on PCs.
Apple quietly rolled out an improved iCloud.com experience that introduces improved mobile support for users on both Android and iPhone.
Instagram reportedly generated $20 billion in ad revenue for Facebook in 2019, beating YouTube's $15 billion in ad revenue.
Twitter is finally taking serious actions against fake media on the platform, and will start removing/labelling tweets with fake media that may cause potential harm.
Google announced the Glass Enterprise Edition 2 back in May of 2019, and it's now enabling developers to purchase it directly online, along with a number of code samples that help them build apps for the new Glass.
After launching its latest TVs with Apple TV support, LG is starting to bring the Apple TV app to its older devices, starting with select 2019 Smart TVs.
Microsoft is enabling support for 10 new languages on the Edge developer tools and plans to continue improving localization features going forward, working closely with Google.
Microsoft updates Outook for iPads with new multi-tasking features and drag-and-drop support.
Nvidia brings the power of RTX and ray-tracing to its game streaming service GeForce NOW, launches it worldwide for $4.99 a month.