The OnePlus 5 is now available for purchase. As with previous OnePlus handsets, this new phone offers premium features at reasonable prices.
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You've been able to configure Cortana as the default assistant in Android for quite some time, but the option is hard to find.
Samsung has opened up an Early Access program for Bixby on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.
When Microsoft announced its blockbuster plans to make Minecraft cross-platform compatible, the PlayStation 4 was notably absent from the list.
Microsoft this week published two ads in which it compares Windows 10 PCs to Chromebooks. The interesting bit? One targets education, as you might expect. But the other targets businesses.
While the Xbox One X reveal dominated the headlines from Microsoft's E3 press conference, the firm made another huge announcement: Minecraft is going cross-platform.
After a series of leaks and mini-reveals about the upcoming OnePlus 5, many are complaining that this new handset too closely copies other smartphone flagships. Guys, relax. That's the point.
Google announced today that it has finalized Android "O" Developer Preview 3, offering developers their first peek at the final APIs for this release.
Apple's long-anticipated move into Augmented Reality (AR) has delivered a decisive death blow to HoloLens and the Windows Mixed Reality platform.
Here's some great news for users of Outlook for Android and iOS: Microsoft is delivering a major update that adds the ability to edit contacts.
A long-rumored Google project that would combine Android and Chrome OS into a single platform has allegedly been scrapped. What does this mean for the future?
Two weeks after Google showed off a number of new features coming to Google Photos, a few of those features have already appeared.
Today, Motorola announced the second generation of its modular Moto Z Play lineup, along with new Moto Mods that extend its functionality.
Today, Microsoft announced a major new version of its Skype app for consumers. The app is available worldwide today on Android and iOS, but it will ship on Windows and Mac soon.
A new smartphone sales growth forecast three years suggests that screen sizes on these devices will continue to grow until the phablet form factor is the norm. This is inevitable, I think.