Samsung is reportedly working on its own version of AirDrop, dubbed Quick Share, for the Galaxy S20 line.
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OK, it’s partially for developers. But this is really a coming-out party for Microsoft’s 2020 dual-screen push. And it’s for all of us.
Google's Collections feature in Search is getting a massive upgrade with AI-powered suggestions, and the ability to share.
The software giant also plans a similar preview SDK for Windows 10 X and will bring dual-screen experiences to Edge.
Motorola's new Razr foldable Android phone is now launching next month after getting delayed. Will be available exclusively from Verizon and Walmart.
WhatsApp is finally getting a dark mode, but it is only available to users of the beta version of the app on Android for now.
Google has three new Digital Health Experiment apps that are meant to help you use your phone less.
Today, Google said that there were 40 million Chromebooks in use in education worldwide, a jump of 33 percent over last year
Google is now going to give schools at least eight years of support for new Chromebook devices starting this year.
A new report by Gartner claims that the Windows 10 upgrade bump is already over and that PC sales will all again in 2020.
Uber is testing a new system in California where drivers can set their own fares, in response to the state's new gig-economy law.
Timed for the BETT show in London, Acer has announced three new laptops, one a Chromebook and two running Windows.
Apple had dropped plans to allow users to encrypt their iPhone backups on iCloud following complaints from the FBI.
Samsung announces major restructuring of its organisation, introduces new head for its smartphone business ahead of Galaxy S20 launch.
Google is reportedly planning to bring Steam to Chrome OS, along with more powerful hardware that will actually be capable of running games.
Microsoft is touting some new education-focused Always Connected PCs ahead of the BETT UK 2020 conference.
And yes, Samsung’s next line of flagship handsets will be branded as the Galaxy S20, and not as the Galaxy S11. Because 2020.
OK, it was modest, but PC sales still grew in 2019. Here’s a look at what happened and at how things will change in the future.
PC makers sold 264 million units in 2019, according to data collected by Gartner and IDC, a gain of 1.9 percent year-over-year.
A Microsoft Launcher Preview is now available in the Google Play Store, offering users an early peek at future changes.
Privacy International is asking Google to stop bundling apps in Android that cannot be uninstalled, creating privacy and security issues.
Google has announced the results of its EU search choice screen auction for Android. And Bing came in dead last.
Samsung president and CEO Koh Dong-jin said at CES this week that Samsung has sold 400,000 to 500,000 Galaxy Folds.
Apple today said that its Services business grew dramatically in 2019, but it offered little in the way of hard numbers.
With Chromebook sales stagnating, Intel is partnering with Google to bring more premium Chromebooks to market.
Following in the footsteps of the leading smartphone makers, OnePlus today introduced a new feature called Optimized Charging.
Lenovo introduces the "world's first foldable PC", co-engineered with Intel, coming sometime in mid-2020 for $2,499 with Windows 10 Pro.