Microsoft has released a preview version of a dual-screen layout control for Java and Kotlin developers targeting Surface Duo.
Recent Mobile Stories
My Mint Mobile SIM arrived this morning, so I decided to throw caution to the wind and make the switch immediately.
Apple is reportedly planning to launch "several" ARM-powered Mac devices, including desktop computers that could pave the way for a new generation of Mac computers.
As demand for Zoom increases, the app is slowly turning out to be a privacy nightmare. Latest research shows the app sharing user data with Facebook even if the user doesn't have a Facebook account.
After pausing previously-planned Chrome and Chrome OS updates because of the Coronavirus, Google today revealed its new schedule.
Huawei introduces the new P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro+ with high-end specs, no Google Play, and crazy new cameras. It's also launching a new personal assistant.
With its latest acquisition, Microsoft is entering the 5G market in a new way that will enable the company to provide solutions for carriers to improve overall profitability of their 5G networks using Microsoft's cloud.
The latest AdDuplex report has some interesting news for Windows fans. But what it doesn’t say is really bad news for Surface fans.
Thanks to a variety of factors, I’ve pulled the trigger on something I’ve been investigating for a long time. I’m switching to Mint Mobile.
Google is rolling out a fairly major update to its Google Podcasts app this week. Google Podcasts is coming to iPhones for the first time, and it's also getting improvements on other platforms.
With the release of iPadOS 13.4 today, Apple has finally done what its fans and critics alike have been begging for.
Apple releases iPadOS 13.4 with support for mouse and trackpad, along with iOS 13.4 to add new Memoji, improved iCloud Drive support.
The new Spectre x360 13 arrives in the smallest-possible premium chassis, offering a perfect blend of good looks, performance, and portability.
Apple is enabling Universal App Purchases on the App Store, allowing users to pay for an app once and access it on all Apple devices without having to pay again.
Apple is bringing the App Store to 20 new countries this year as the company requests developers to prepare their developer accounts to make their apps available in these new countries.
Google has launched its newly virtual Google for Games Developer Summit March 2020 online today.
Two prominent sources of Apple leaks agree that the electronics giant plans to bring sensor-shift image stabilization to iPhone this year.
Less than three weeks after announcing that it was canceling its in-person I/O event this year, Google has canceled it for good.
Google's stripped-down version of Android now has more than 100 active devices, and gets a new camera app built for those low-end devices.
I’ve been arguing for years that the iPad could never replace the PC until it provided all of the features that PC users demand.
Android 11 Developer Preview 2 introduces new 5G, foldable, call screening, privacy, and quality improvements to the coming platform.
Apple just unveiled a major upgrade to the iPad Pro, and it includes some wild new changes, including a new processor, trackpad support, and more.
Apple upgrades the MacBook Air with the new Magic Keyboard, 2x performance and storage, as well as 6K external display support for the first time ever.
Apple is releasing iPadOS 13.4 on March 24 with full support for trackpad, works with its existing mice and supports third-party mice connected over Bluetooth or USB.
Apple is updating the Mac Mini with double the storage for the same price, but it still runs the old 8th-gen Intel processors.
GitHub for mobile is now available for Android and iOS worldwide, letting users access GitHub from their phones through an official client for the first time ever.
Mimicking earlier similar campaigns for Windows, Google today revealed that it is launching a Works With Chromebook logo program.