Huawei this morning announced its P30 series of flagship handsets, raising the bar yet again on smartphone photography.
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Apple has released a new version of iOS that supports the News+ subscription service and Siri casting capabilities for Apple TV.
Apple is announcing a new game subscription service that gives users access to a catalog of paid games for a monthly subscription.
Don’t get too distracted by Apple’s coming video and news services. The firm’s services ambitions are much, much bigger than that.
Mozilla has announced a new version of its flagship Firefox web browser that is designed specifically for Apple’s iPad.
Apple promises to aggregate content from multiple video services into a single, cohesive user experience. What does that remind me of?
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.
There are some key differences between the Google and Microsoft approaches. And what they point to is a coming victory for Microsoft.
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.
Apple's much-awaited AirPower could finally be releasing, at least according to the latest iOS 12 developer beta.
Call of Duty: Mobile was originally heading only to China, but now the game is getting a worldwide launch, Activision says.
No surprise here, but Netflix confirmed last night that it will not participate in Apple’s coming video service.
Google’s new mid-range smartphones will allegedly not be called Pixel 3 Lite and Lite XL as previously reported.
Many industry pundits called on Microsoft to spin off Xbox over the years. But then something happened, as we say in the Microsoft community.
Apple this morning announced a new 10.5-inch iPad Air, which oddly doesn’t replace the 9.7-inch iPad, and a new iPad Mini.
When Google announced the first beta release of Android Q this past week, I resolved to ignore it. That lasted about two hours.
Spotify branded Apple as a monopolist in its response to a wordy but insubstantial Apple statement about its App Store policies.
Qualcomm has won an important legal victory as part of its multi-tiered legal battle against Apple.
Huawei admitted this week that it has developed its own smartphone and PC operating systems as an emergency measure.
Microsoft's bringing Xbox Live services to iOS and Android with a new SDK that opens the door to a lot more than simply matchmaking.
Android Q has a hidden native desktop mode built-in, but it has a long way to go.
Google today issued Android Q Beta 1, which adds enhancements for foldable phones, new privacy and security features, and more.
Google is scaling back its hardware ambitions and will downsize the group that makes its laptops and tablets. This was inevitable.
This complaint is the single greatest threat yet to Apple’s plans to grow its services business and overcome soft iPhone sales.
Microsoft and Google have updated their mobile apps that help those who are blind or have low vision to navigate the world around them.
Microsoft could start testing Windows 10's Phone Mirror feature as early as this week with a limited set of devices.