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OnePlus 5 review – the Never Settle promise lives on

by Lanh Nguyen 5 days ago108 comments

OnePlus 5 vs iPhone 7 Plus vs Huawei P10: The Portrait Battle

by Nirave Gondhia 4 days ago43 comments

OnePlus 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S8: quick look

by Joshua Vergara 5 days ago10 comments

OnePlus 5 officially announced with an all-new dual camera setup

by Jimmy Westenberg 5 days ago16 comments
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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

In this week's edition, we talk about the latest Humble Bundle, tons of Google Play deals for apps, games, etc, and more Android apps and games news!
by Joe HindyNovember 27, 20162

Google, Microsoft and others create guidelines for improving IoT security

The Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group – an alliance formed by Google, Microsoft and others – has laid out guidelines for improving IoT security.
by Scott Adam GordonNovember 23, 20161

Samsung and Microsoft partner up to expand Tizen

The South Korean electronics giant announced its partnership with Microsoft to bring more developers to its open source operating system, Tizen.
by Brian ReighNovember 17, 201619

Microsoft confirms Android versions of Office apps will get Chrome OS support

In a statement, Microsoft confirms that the Android versions of its Office apps will work on Chrome OS with the Google Play Store.
by John CallahamNovember 10, 20164
 
 

Skype for Android is slated to add SMS Relay features in the future

Microsoft has confirmed it plans to add SMS Relay features to the Android version of its Skype VoIP client at some point in the future.
by John CallahamNovember 4, 20166

Skype update brings improvements to calls and voicemail

Microsoft will roll out a new set of updates to the mobile version of Skype over the next several weeks to improve the way users make video and VoIP calls.
by Jay DecenellaOctober 25, 20164

OneNote now supports Android 7.0 Nougat’s multi-window feature and more

Microsoft has finally added the split-screen support to OneNote for Android, plus other new features.
by Jay DecenellaOctober 19, 20164

Microsoft reaches ‘human parity’ for conversational speech recognition

Microsoft researchers have announced a breakthrough speech recognition technology that transcribes spoken words as well as you and me.
by Robert TriggsOctober 19, 201628

SwiftKey adds AI-powered predictions for Spanish, French and German

SwiftKey can now more accurately predict the next word that you’re going to type in Spanish, French and German.
by Jay DecenellaOctober 17, 20168

Microsoft pulls the plug on Band 2, has stopped making wearables for now

Microsoft has removed Band 2 from its online store after its stock ran out and confirmed that there will be no Band 3 this year.
by Jay DecenellaOctober 4, 20162
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