Smartphone makers sold 360 million units in the third quarter of 2020, a decline of 3.6 percent compared to the 373.7 million sold in the year-ago quarter.
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HP performed well overall in the previous quarter, but PC revenues were flat despite exploding premium notebook PC and Chromebook sales.
Google announced today that it has successfully rolled out Rich Communication Services (RCS) support to its Messages app globally.
NVIDIA is using a web-based client to bypass Apple’s terrible app store policies for its GeForce NOW game streaming service.
Google announced a major redesign of its Google Pay app on Android and iOS that provides better functionality and security.
Arriving about a month after the Pixel 5, and about three months after the Pixel 4a, the Pixel 4a 5G is the closest we’ll get to an XL Pixel this year.
Thanks to the 2020 lineup, I’ve gone through what I call the 7 Stages of Pixel Grief: Confusion, Confusion, Confusion, Confusion, Confusion, Anger, and Resignation.
With multiple threats of antitrust action looming against it, Apple has finally bowed to common sense and is lowering its App Store fees for developers.
Three years ago, I opined that if Windows 10 on ARM worked properly, it would be boring. Well, it still doesn’t work properly.
Huawei announced today that it is selling its Honor smartphone business to a consortium of 40 companies that will create a new firm.
Adobe this morning announced beta versions of its flagship Photoshop application that run on Windows 10 on ARM and Apple Silicon-based Macs.
Google is making its Pixel 4a available for a limited time in a fun new Barely Blue color if you buy directly from the online giant.
Last week, Google announced that it was discontinuing free, unlimited photo storage in its Google Photos service, enraging fans.
The OnePlus 8T offers a great design, a gorgeous display, and excellent performance, but it’s held back by a middling camera system and no wireless charging.
In the first major scaling back of the U.S. blacklisting of Huawei, the U.S. government is now allowing Qualcomm to sell 4G chipsets to the Chinese firm.
Microsoft this week quietly posted a new site that details the driver and firmware lifecycle for its Surface-branded PCs.
In June 2010, I wrote this editorial about keeping kids safe online. A lot has changed since then, but it’s still an interesting read.
In 2019, I reviewed one of the best portable PCs I’ve ever used. And so it is with a certain sense of anticipation that I now present its successor, the HP EliteBook 1040 x360 G7.
Arriving a few months later than originally expected, the latest version of macOS is finally available with a fresh new look and feel.
Microsoft has issued a somewhat confusing statement about how and when those with Apple Silicon-based Macs will be able to run its Office productivity suite.
Microsoft this week made the case for moving away from SMS-based authentication in Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) schemes, citing its insecurity.
Anyone who was hoping for some clarity regarding the true performance and compatibility of Apple Silicon-based Macs has to keep waiting.
Apple makes the jump to its own ARM processors for the Mac. The company's first processor for the Mac is called M1, and here's everything you need to know.
The next major update for macOS is landing this week after months of wait. The new Big Sur update introduces a major new redesign, with significant updates to built-in apps like Safari and Messages.
Apple introduces the third Mac device powered by its new M1 processor: say hello to the new 13-inch MacBook Pro, which offers 2.8x performance gain over the last generation.
Apple's new MacBook Air is the first Mac device to be powered by its own silicon, the brand new M1 processor. It features a fanless design, offers 5x graphics performance, and is apparently 3x faster than the best-selling Windows laptop in its class.
You may have heard that “perfect is the enemy of good,” and on that note, I’ve come up with a similar phrase for digital photography: Inconsistency is the enemy of reliable.