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Honor 9 review

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Skagen Jorn Hybrid review – do smartwatches still matter?

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8 smartphone gimmicks that might not be so bad after all

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A closer look at Amazon Alexa on the HTC U11

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People hate the new Skype, and Microsoft is listening

The company knows just how much users hate the new Skype app. That's why it has decided to bring back some old but beloved features with the latest update.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago

10 best office apps for Android

One of the centers of productivity are office apps. They're used for a variety of purposes by almost everyone. Here are the best office apps for Android!
by Joe Hindy4 weeks ago67

Not every messaging app has to be like Snapchat

Facebook’s blatant copying of Snapchat is nothing new, but with Skype being the latest messaging app to mimic Snapchat, it’s time to say enough is enough.
by Brian ReighJune 15, 201733

Is Intel rattled about Windows emulation on the Snapdragon 835?

With Microsoft and Qualcomm working closely on x86 app emulation, is Intel about to have a major competitor on its hands?
by Robert TriggsJune 13, 201715
 
 

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Android Apps Weekly

The 195th edition of Android Apps Weekly is out! This week we talk about The Pokemon Company, Monument Valley 2, Magisk Manager, and more Android apps news!
by Joe HindyJune 12, 20173

Microsoft Outlook users will soon be able to add and edit contacts on Android

Microsoft will soon bring the option of adding and editing contacts to its Outlook app for Android devices.
by Mitja RutnikJune 6, 20177

Microsoft launches Face Swap app for Android devices

Microsoft's Face Swap app is free of charge and currently only available in the US, Australia, and Canada.
by Mitja RutnikJune 5, 20177

Microsoft makes Skype a bit more like Snapchat

Microsoft has announced plans to launch a new "next generation" version of its Skype messaging service, starting with the Android version.
by John CallahamJune 1, 20179

Microsoft rebrands Twitch competitor as Mixer, throws in more streaming features

Beam, the Microsoft-owned live-streaming platform, announced a name change to Mixer, along with "co-streaming:" and other game streaming features.
by Williams PelegrinMay 26, 20171

Microsoft gives OneNote a fresh coat of paint across platforms

Microsoft updated OneNote to make it easier to navigate and more visually-consistent, regardless of which device the app is used on.
by Williams PelegrinMay 19, 20172
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