Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold2 can now be preordered and will be available for sale on September 18 at a heady starting price of $1999.
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As part of a series of improvements to its DeX desktop environment, Samsung has launched Wireless DeX with the Note 20 series.
I was testing Wireless DeX with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and when I tried to connect it with my PC’s display, I noticed something odd.
The Google Pixel 4a is the new sweet spot, assuming you can live with its tiny display and form factor, and a few other limitations.
I’ve always been fascinated by this kind of thing and the promise of a single device that could replace two devices.
It’s taken me longer than I’d like to check-in again with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which arrived yesterday. But here are some additional thoughts.
I had high hopes for Your Phone’s ability to run Android aps on Windows 10. But the experience is limited, buggy, and disappointing.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, and a deeper level of Microsoft integration is among its many improvements.
Jetpack Compose is a UI toolkit for Kotlin that’s designed to help developers create modern apps across all Android platforms.
Mozilla has begun rolling out a completely redesigned version of Firefox for Android that offers a new UI, features, and customizations.
Now that we have a clearer picture of Google’s new smartphone strategy, I think I finally understand why the firm delayed releasing the Pixel 4a.
Having now spent some more time with the Google Pixel 4a, I’m reminded of the highs and lows of the Pixel experience.
What’s affordable, cute as a button, and comes in a delightful polycarbonate body with a clean software image? Right, the Pixel 4a. It’s finally here.
With users holding onto their smartphones for longer now, Samsung will provide 3 generations of Android updates on Galaxy handsets.
Looks like Microsoft may be onto something: Google is essentially making a version of its Your Phone app, but for Chrome OS.
Huawei’s limited extension to do business with U.S. businesses has expired, casting doubts about its ability to update its Android phones going forward.
Epic has released an amazing if somewhat obvious video parody of Apple’s iconic “1984” advertisement for the original Mac.
Epic isn’t just going after Apple’s illegal business practices, it’s going after Google’s too. But Epic’s claims against Google include an additional element.
Earlier this week, Microsoft invited select journalists, bloggers, and MVPs to attend a virtual briefing for Surface Duo.
Thanks to native emulator support, it’s possible for the first time to completely develop Android apps using just a Chromebook.
Vivaldi 3.2 for Android provides a more consistent UX along with improvements to its anti-tracker and ad blocking functionality.
$1399? Yikes. It looks like Surface Duo is going to set enthusiasts back a lot more than most probably anticipated.
Mobile chipmaking giant Qualcomm has petitioned the U.S. government to let it provide smartphone chipsets to Huawei.
Thanks to withering U.S. sanctions, smartphone giant Huawei this week said that it will have to halt production of its own chipsets.
With Microsoft expected to formally launch the Surface Duo in coming days, some promotional renders have leaked via Twitter.
While I know that the Pixel 4a will never meet my needs, I can’t ignore what I feel is the single-best value in the smartphone market today.
Google today released the third and final beta of Android 11 and says that the final Android 11 release is coming very soon.