Apple has released today the first iPadOS 16.1 beta today, confirming along the way that the release of iPadOS 16 has been delayed to later this fall.
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With the Pixel 6a, Google has redefined its A-series lineup to address the longevity problems of previous generation handsets.
As Apple is currently looking to increase its ad revenue, the company could be planning to bring ads to its Maps, Books, and Podcasts apps.
Google has released the final version of Android 13 about a month earlier than expected, and it’s available today on supported Pixels.
I have been eager to test a 16-inch laptop, and so I was delighted when Lenovo offered the Yoga 7i 16 for review.
As part of its quarterly earnings report, Huawei said that revenues from its devices business sank 25.4 percent year-year-year.
Lenovo didn’t need to make any major changes with its 10th-generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon, a near-perfect business-class Ultrabook, and so it didn’t.
Google’s “Get the Message” ad campaign is aimed at convincing Apple to adopt RCS. But it’s Google that needs to get the message. Apple ain’t listening.
Samsung unveiled today several new Galaxy products including the Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 foldable smartphones, the Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro, and the Galaxy Buds2 Pro.
The TravelMate Spin P6 is Acer’s take on the business-class convertible PC, with a premium design and mostly modern componentry.
Parallels Desktop 18 is optimized for the latest Apple Silicon Macs including Mac Studio workstations, and it’s also ready for the upcoming macOS Ventura.
The HP Pavilion Plus 14 offers an interesting combination of functionality and value, with just a few notable downsides.
Google this week began rolling out Chrome OS 104 to the stable channel. Among other things, the release adds long-awaited Dark theme support.
Google has started rebranding its Duo app to Google Meet on iOS and Android to create a one connected solution.
iPadOS 16 could be released a month later than iOS 16 this fall, as Apple may need more time to polish new features like Stage Manager.
Microsoft has started rolling out a native version of Microsoft Teams for users with Apple Silicon Macs, and the new client should bring performance improvements on these devices.
Apple has added eight new MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and iMac models released between 2015-2016 models to its Vintage Products list.
AMD reported that it earned a net income of $447 million on revenues of $6.6 billion in the quarter ending June 25, 2022.
Most of the laptops I review are actually 2-in-1s or convertibles despite the fact that most would be better served by a traditional form factor. That’s curious.
Samsung announced that its new self-repair program for Galaxy devices is now available in the U.S. thanks to a partnership with iFixit.