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Tristan Rayner

Tristan Rayner is a feature writer and works primarily with Android Authority's European team.

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Huawei has immediately lost access to Android and Google (Update: Ban temporarily lifted)

Update: The U.S. has created a temporary license that restores Huawei's ability to provide software updates to its handsets.
Tristan RaynerMay 19, 2019163979 shares
 

Android Power Rankings (May 2019): Shake-up at the top

The second Android Power Ranking sees a shake-up at the top, one retirement, a few big falls, and much more.
Tristan RaynerMay 19, 2019424 shares
 

11 things you need to know in tech today

A lawsuit success against Apple might open Google to troubles, Lenovo's new ThinkPad family prototype looks wild, and much more!
Tristan RaynerMay 14, 201955 shares
 

13 things you need to know in tech today

60 satellites makes for a big SpaceX moment this week. Plus Google's car crash technology, and more.
Tristan RaynerMay 13, 201944 shares
 

12 things you need to know in tech today

From a somewhat boring Google I/O 2019 to Blue Origin's lunar lander, here's your daily tech digest.
Tristan RaynerMay 10, 201983 shares
 

What is Airbnb and how does it work?

Airbnb has changed travel, forever. Find out what it's about and get some tips on finding great Airbnb stays, inside.
Tristan RaynerMay 10, 2019158 shares
 

13 things you need to know in tech today

The megapixels wars continue with Samsung's new hardware that pushes smartphones cameras further, but in the right direction?
Tristan RaynerMay 9, 2019100 shares
 

12 things you need to know in tech today

If you want to buy a new smartphone that costs $400, the reviews for the Pixel 3a are looking pretty good.
Tristan RaynerMay 8, 2019154 shares
 

11 things you need to know in tech today

The Google Pixel 3a is today! And much much more ahead of Google I/O 2019, also today! Plus, the Fold looks a long, long, way away.
Tristan RaynerMay 7, 201969 shares
 

11 things you need to know in tech today

Whatever is left of Tumblr is up for sale, and the buyer everyone is thinking will step in is very NSFW. Also, 82% of new cars have these.
Tristan RaynerMay 3, 201951 shares
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