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Hell has frozen over: Google’s popular YouTube service is coming back to Amazon Fire TV in the coming months.
Microsoft said last night that it is updating the Android version of Edge so that it can sync with the new Edge in Windows 10.
Google will implement new Search and Browser ballot screens in Android in the European Union in the coming weeks.
The folding displays of at least four Samsung Galaxy Fold handsets have failed just days after tech reviewers received them.
Google has announced the availability of Android Studio 3.4, the latest version of its Android app development environment.
A new teaser on the Made By Google website suggests that the Pixel 3a midmarket handset will launch on May 7.
There’s a new Forza experience available on Windows 10 called Forza Street. But it’s coming to Android and iOS soon, too.
Basing the new Edge on Chromium is the best decision that Microsoft’s made in years. This is a browser that everyone will want to use.
Google now lets Android phone owners use their device as a security key for their Google Account.
Samsung's new Galaxy A80 comes with the company's first ever New Inifnity Display, combined with a pop-up rotating camera and a no-notch design.
Microsoft has released a minor update to its Android launcher, adding a redesigned Weather widget and various other improvements.
Snap is finally releasing its brand new Andorid app, promising a faster experience, but some of the core issues might still be present.
According to a new report, Amazon plans to ship Alexa-powered wireless earbuds in late 2019 to take on Apple’s AirPods.
Three weeks after the Beta 1 release, Google has announced that the second beta of Android Q is now available.
I guess the only surprise here is when this would happen. But Microsoft is indeed shutting down the ebook functionality in its Edge web browser.
Samsung will no longer offer monthly security updates for the Galaxy S7 line of devices.
This is no April Fools: Google has removed the Pixel 2 listing from its online store, effectively ending sales of the reliability-challenged handset.
Today, Google is killing off Inbox, its simpler interface for Gmail. But instead of addressing this, Google is today celebrating Gmail. Which is terrible.
With less than 1 percent of the market, Sony is dramatically scaling back its smartphone ambitions and could exit the business altogether.
LG announced today that it will release its latest smartphone flagship, the G8 ThinQ, on April 11 in the United States.
Trying to allay fears about the durability of its hybrid smartphone, Samsung says that the Galaxy Fold will last for at least five years of normal use.
Huawei this morning announced its P30 series of flagship handsets, raising the bar yet again on smartphone photography.
If Google’s Android web browser concession seems familiar, that’s because Microsoft did the same thing a decade ago.
Now there is literally nothing that Microsoft has done that Google won’t copy: it will offer a browser ballot on Android in the EU.
Call of Duty: Mobile was originally heading only to China, but now the game is getting a worldwide launch, Activision says.
Google’s new mid-range smartphones will allegedly not be called Pixel 3 Lite and Lite XL as previously reported.