Brad, Mary Jo, and I will be appearing live in New York City on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 for our first-ever discussion about the Health Of Tech, or H.O.T.
Recent Mobile Stories
Microsoft’s decision to halt development of its proprietary web browser rendering technologies is controversial on many levels.
Google Assistant's Duplex feature is now coming to more states in the United States to help you quickly make restaurants reservations.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the most powerful and impressive smartphone I’ve ever used, and it has the best camera.
Four months after the beta started, Pocket Casts 7 and its completely revamped user experience is now generally available on Android.
Samsung will integrate the functionality of the Calm mobile app into Samsung Health.
Google's latest update for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL introduces much-needed performance improvements for the camera.
Google reveals macOS kernel bug after Apple failed to release fix within 90 days.
There's a massive privacy bug in Android TV that lets others access your Google Photos without your knowledge on certain TVs.
Microsoft Excel now lets you take pictures of tables in real life and turn them into actual, editable tables on Excel.
If you were looking to get a new Surface Pro 6, Microsoft is selling the entry-level model with a Type Cover for only $799.
Motorola's newest moto g7 phone comes with full support for Google's Fi network.
The latest update to the Grammarly Keyboard on iOS adds a new Dark theme, emoji search, and dictation functionality.
Microsoft introduces a new picture-in-picture for video watching on Edge for Android.
Google has announced Flutter 1.2, the first feature update for its mobile app development framework.
Google's upcoming Pixel 3 Lite line could be just around the corner.
The latest AdDuplex report shows that Windows 10 version 1809 usage share has hit 21 percent, almost double the usage from a month ago.
HoloLens 2 is a significant improvement over the original: It’s more comfortable and natural to use and features a broader field of view.
Google and Samsung announce new partnership to unify enterprise-focused features.
OnePlus shows off its upcoming 5G phone at MWC, plans to make a 4G variant for the US.
Qualcomm is introducing official support for wireless chargers on its Quick Charge technology.
LG launches its 5G phone with an accessory that turns it into a foldable phone.
Google looks to expand Assistant's reach with new dedicated button, Voice Typing on feature phones, support for more languages, and Android Messages integration.
Huawei's Mate X is probably the most impressive foldable phone we have seen so far.
Google announced that it will formally support foldable displays, 5G communications, RCS messaging, and more in Android.
As it did previously with microprocessors, Qualcomm is expanding its lineup of 5G modems to target specific markets beyond smartphones.
On the ground in Barcelona for MWC, I’m most struck by the looming presence of Huawei, the China-based electronics giant.