Last year, Flutter lead Tim Sneath publicly reached out to Microsoft in an effort to get its support for Google’s cross-platform developer framework.
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It’s getting harder to keep track of all the regulatory bodies around the globe that are investigating Apple for antitrust violations now. But we can add the UK to the list.
In its initial releases, Flutter allowed developers to create apps that run on both Android and iOS. But now Google is setting its sights higher. Much higher.
As you may know, Google improves the Pixel user experience every few months with Feature Drops that add new and improved functionality.
Mobile microprocessor giant Qualcomm today unveiled its Snapdragon Insider program in an attempt to connect with fans and influencers.
The ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook Enterprise is the first Chromebook to feature AMD processors, including one designed specifically for Chrome OS.
For the quarter ending January 31, 2021, HP posted net earnings of $1.2 billion on revenues of $15.6 billion, the latter of which was up 7 percent year-over-year.
Marketed as the world’s first foldable PC, the Lenovo ThinkPad Fold X1 is a unique and tantalizing take on the future of portability.
Google announced today that its Jetpack Compose UI toolkit for Android is now available in beta, letting developers create interfaces with less code.
Microsoft announced today that it will sell replacement SSDs to commercial customers who purchased a Surface Pro 7+.
Android users won’t need to wait for Android 12 to get new functionality: Google announced several new features today, and they work on Android 6 and newer.
Lenovo today announced new ThinkPad T- and L-series portable PCs, plus completely redesigned ThinkPad X13 and X13 Yoga PCs, and more.
Smartphone makers sold 1.32 billion handsets in 2020, a decline of 9.6 percent when compared to the 1.46 billion units sold in 2019.
Samsung announced today that it will provide at least four years of Android security updates on its Galaxy Z, S, Note, A, M, XCover, and Tab products.
According to a report in Nikkei Asia, Huawei has alerted its suppliers that it will need parts for just 70 million to 80 million smartphones this year.
Google today announced the first Developer Preview release of Android 12, which the firm expects to finalize by the end of August.
Epic is stepping up its legal battle against Apple’s anticompetitive business practices this week by filing an antitrust complaint with the EU.
LastPass has long offered both free and paid versions of its password manager, but the free version is about to get a lot less useful.
Microsoft today announced that it will soon sell an Xbox Wireless Headset, and unlike its Surface Headphones, it will be reasonably priced at $99.99.
Samsung announced today that customers can now preorder its Galaxy Chromebook 2, with prices starting at $550.
Microsoft has quietly ported its unified Office app to the iPad, one year to the week after it was released for the iPhone. What took so long?
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei recently started a new firm called Nothing. And Nothing has acquired the rotting husk of Essential for reasons that are unclear.
This past week, I’ve experimented with using a wide range of hardware devices with the Razer Book 13 and Apple’s M1-based MacBook Pro.
Last summer, we learned that Google was working on a Your Phone-like app for Chrome OS called Phone Hub. Now it’s ready for public testing.
A new Google proposal would see its upcoming Fuchsia platform “natively” run Android and Linux apps using a translation layer called Starnix.
Having recently suffered the fate of all Apple partners, Intel is firing back against Apple Silicon in a new series of “Go PC” advertisements.
Microsoft reduced the price of the Surface Duo from $1399.99 to $999.99 this past week, and it will start selling the device in the UK on February 18.