Samsung sends out invites for its next Unpacked event where the company is expected to launch the Note 10.
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Google is working on an AirDrop clone that will let you share files, photos, more between Android devices...and even iPhones.
Though the firm rarely comments on it publicly, Google is known to be plotting an Android and Chrome OS replacement codenamed Fuchsia.
After a tantalising period of uncertainty, the U.S. government says Huawei can once again buy components from U.S. suppliers.
A number of Microsoft's Surface devices are getting some security patches.
The next Firefox for Android will provide a complete makeover of the mobile Firefox experience, Mozilla says.
OnePlus has done it again: The OnePlus 7 Pro is one of the best smartphones in the market and an unparalleled value. There’s just one problem.
More than 800,000 businesses on Shopify can now use Apple's Business Chat to provide support to customers.
Microsoft is reportedly testing an ARM Surface Pro with a custom SoC built closely in partnership with Qualcomm, and an AMD chip on the Surface Laptop.
Apple releases update Pages, Keynote, and Numbers app following the release of new iOS and Mac betas.
It's hard watching Microsoft’s former CEOs prostrate themselves and apologize for their previous misdeeds. Especially when they get it all wrong.
As you may have seen, Apple today released public betas for all of the platforms it announced at WWDC. Here’s a quick peek.
Just weeks after announcing its next-generation operating systems, Apple has already started beta testing the new OSes with the public through new public betas.
Microsoft says that a U.S. blacklisting of Huawei will not prevent it from supplying the firm’s PC with software updates going forward.
Microsoft's foldable Surface device, codenamed Centaurus, will reportedly be able to run Android apps and come with two separate 9-inch displays.
Samsung's next-gen Galaxy Note device will come with three different aperture options for the camera that you can switch between instantly.
Huawei sold a healthy 100 million smartphones in the first five months of 2019, by which time the U.S. blacklisting had taken effect.
Huawei has three new mid-range phones part of the Nova line, but the company continues to keep quiet on the Android ban.
Google has confirmed a new report claiming that it will not follow up its lackluster Pixel Slate. Google has exited the tablet market.
An interesting Microsoft post on Medium discusses the firm creates and publishes apps for the Android mobile platform.
The 15-inch version of Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 can now be purchased in a lower-end configuration with a Core i5 processor.
Despite its U.S. blacklisting, Huawei this week committed to delivering both security updates and Android system updates to its handsets.
Castbox announced today that it now integrates with Waze so that users listen to their favorite podcasts while navigating.
Finally acknowledging the problems with using intense blue light in dim environments, Amazon is releasing a new Kindle Oasis that offers variable display warmth.
Apple announced today that it has partnered with Best Buy to offer repairs for the iPhone and other Apple products.
By regularly engaging with its customers and fans, OnePlus is creating a real community and not just paying lip service to the term.
It’s as cute as a button and is a useful addition to anyone using a portable PC on the go and at a desk. There’s just one major problem.