Last week, I paid off the Google Pixel 4 XL that I purchased in October. Naturally, I immediately started using a different smartphone.
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This is our first look at Google's own version of AirDrop for Android -- and no, it's not limited to Google Pixel devices only.
Samsung is reportedly working on its own version of AirDrop, dubbed Quick Share, for the Galaxy S20 line.
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.
And yes, Samsung’s next line of flagship handsets will be branded as the Galaxy S20, and not as the Galaxy S11. Because 2020.
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.
Following in the footsteps of the leading smartphone makers, OnePlus today introduced a new feature called Optimized Charging.
A leaked Samsung promotional video shows that the smartphone giant will launch new Galaxy flagships in early February.
Confirming recent rumors, Samsung today officially unveiled the more affordable Galaxy S10 Lite and Note10 Lite.
Samsung announced today that it sold nearly 7 million 5G-capable Galaxy smartphones in 2019, an impressive figure.
Huawei’s two biggest businesses grew at a healthy clip in 2019 despite a U.S. blacklisting, but the firm warned of a “difficult” 2020.
The Pixel 4's first feature drop is here -- and along with the promised features, it also introduces an improvement to Face Unlock, support for T-Mobile eSIM, and improved location tracking.
Samsung is working on a new Lite edition device for both the Galaxy S10 and Note10, and details of both the devices have leaked ahead of launch.
Motorola is delaying its much-awaited Razr foldable phone. The company isn't saying exactly when the new Razr will launch, but it says there won't be a significant delay
Google announced this week that it has improved the offline translation capabilities of its Translate mobile app.
This could be our first ever look at Samsung's next-gen Galaxy Fold, featuring a clamshell design and maybe a 108MP camera.
A Google Chrome for Android bug from last week almost deleted users' data, but Google has now fixed the issue without deleting user data.
2019 was a confusing year for apps. UWP was declared dead. PWAs didn’t take off, again. And Mac Catalyst landed with a thud.
Thanks to a new pre-release feature, you can now make and receive phone calls from the Windows 10 Your Phone app.