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Redmi K20, K20 Pro launches in India: Here’s everything you should know

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Xiaomi Mi Band 4 vs Fitbit Inspire HR: Which fitness tracker should you buy?

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Xiaomi Mi A3 launched: Snapdragon 665, triple camera for $280

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Global smartphone shipments might slip for the third year in a row

The rise of 5G and cheaper smartphones might offset the lower number of shipments.
Williams PelegrinJune 5, 2019121 shares
 

6 iOS 13 features we’d like to see on Android

Apple's iOS 13 takes a few cues from Android, but it also packs several features we'd like to see on Google's platform.
Hadlee SimonsJune 4, 2019545 shares
 

Android and iOS are more similar than ever, and that’s a good thing

Apple iOS 13 ports over some features found in the latest versions of Android.
Eric ZemanJune 3, 20191559 shares
 

Apple WWDC 2019: What we expect and how to watch for yourself

We expect to see iOS 13 as well as some other software updates. There could be new hardware, too (but no iPhones).
C. Scott BrownJune 3, 2019180 shares
 

10 best alternatives to FaceTime on Android! (Updated 2019)

Switching from iOS to Android can be hard. Especially when it comes to finding a new FaceTime. We have ten really good alternatives to FaceTime on Android.
Joe HindyMay 12, 20191839 shares
 

Apple tipped to bring Android-style swipe keyboard option to iOS

Swipe keyboards are a staple on Android, but it looks like Apple could be developing its own option.
Hadlee SimonsMay 7, 20191263 shares
 

Become an iOS developer: How to start developing for iPad and iPhone

In this article I’ll show you how to start developing for iOS, by creating a simple app for iPad and iPhone.
Jessica ThornsbyApril 18, 2019195 shares
 

Google’s answer to 3D Touch on iOS, ‘deep press,’ could come to Android Q

The feature, so far known as "deep press," will blur the lines between Android and iOS even more.
C. Scott BrownApril 5, 2019521 shares
 

Android Q now has app-switching gestures exactly like iOS (Updated)

The app-switching gestures in the second beta of Android Q feel very familiar.
C. Scott BrownApril 3, 2019429 shares
 

Gboard 2.0 for iOS gets some theming features Android version lacks

Hopefully, these new tricks are on the way to the Android version soon.
C. Scott BrownMarch 29, 2019375 shares
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