Are Android updates getting faster? Let's look at the data

by Robert Triggs 24 hours ago0 comments

Google Play still has a clone problem in 2019 with no end in sight

by Joe Hindy January 19, 20190 comments

Is it dumb that everything is "smart?"

by Chris Thomas January 19, 20190 comments

How Samsung’s luxury flip phones paved the way for the Galaxy F

by Scott Adam Gordon January 20, 20190 comments
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Microsoft tells everyone to get off Windows 10 Mobile with new FAQ page

If you're holding on for dear life to a Windows 10 Mobile device, you have less than a year to upgrade.
by C. Scott BrownJanuary 18, 2019

An Arm port of Google Chrome is coming to Snapdragon laptops, but when?

Qualcomm has confirmed it is working on an Arm port of Google Chrome, and offered an ETA.
by Hadlee SimonsOctober 22, 2018

7 more integrations between Android and Windows we’d love to see

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Here are some ideas for Android and Windows integration, Microsoft!
by C. Scott BrownOctober 17, 2018

Windows 10 app mirroring brings your Android apps to your desktop

Now you'll be able to run your favorite Android-only apps right on your desktop.
by C. Scott BrownOctober 2, 2018

Microsoft’s Your Phone app is now available… for some users

The app can be used to mirror phone content, such as photos, to Windows 10 PCs.
by Duncan ElderAugust 15, 2018

You might eventually run Windows 10 on the Google Pixelbook (Updated)

Fresh commits suggest Windows 10 dual boot support may come to other Chromebooks too.
by Williams PelegrinAugust 13, 2018

Snapdragon 850 could power foldable Windows phone/laptop hybrids

The Snapdragon 850 is a beefed-up Snapdragon 845, and it could power strange laptop/smartphone hybrids running Windows 10.
by C. Scott BrownMay 31, 2018

Qualcomm brings the best of mobile to Windows 10 laptops

It's finally official, Qualcomm has announced that its Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform will be powering upcoming Windows 10 laptops and 2-in-1s.
by Robert TriggsDecember 5, 2017

Soon you’ll be able to unlock Windows 10 with wearables

Microsoft wants to let you skip passwords or PINs by giving Windows 10 the ability to recognize you based on your wearables.
by John DyeJune 1, 2016

Microsoft is scaling back its smartphone efforts, now aiming primarily at enterprise

Microsoft has revealed it will also be scaling back its smartphone business, effectively exiting the consumer market and cutting another 1,850 jobs.
by Andrew GrushMay 25, 2016
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