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Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL review: the way Android is meant to be

by Jimmy Westenberg 15 hours ago0 comments

Why doesn’t Google sell its hardware and services in more markets?

by John Callaham 14 hours ago0 comments

OLED or LCD? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 13 hours ago0 comments

The biggest mobile tech blunders in history

by Adam Doud 6 hours ago0 comments
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Microsoft’s new plan for Windows on mobile: just use Android and iOS

At Microsoft's Build 2017 conference, the company has discussed plans to sync Windows desktop/laptop machines with mobile devices.
by Scott Adam GordonMay 12, 201716

Android internet usage overtakes Windows for the first time

Android represented a reported 37.93% percent of global internet usage during March 2017, while Windows represented 37.92%.
by Scott Adam GordonApril 3, 201717

Samsung DeX: Can the Galaxy S8 really help Samsung take on Windows?

We take a look at the rumors that Samsung plans to offer PC-like functions for the upcoming Galaxy S8 and what it will take for such a plan to succeed.
by John CallahamJanuary 30, 201723

Ready to run Windows programs on Android tablets and Chromebooks?

CrossOver is a program that allows you to run Windows programs on non-Windows platforms, and tomorrow a version for Android will finally arrive.
by John DyeAugust 26, 201644
 
 

Microsoft’s official Xbox app gets a facelift

Xbox's official app is finally reaching Android devices. This revamp of the old Xbox Smartglass app revamps old features and adds some new ones.
by John DyeJune 13, 20161

Microsoft continues sneaking its way into Android

If you can't beat your enemies you must join them, right? In this post we aim to take a look at some of the ways in which Microsoft continues to infiltrate the Android OS.
by Edgar CervantesMarch 28, 201620

You’ll soon be able to run Windows programs on select Android devices, thanks to WINE

Crossover is coming to Android by the end of this year, with WINE to follow sometime shortly after. This programs will allow you to run Windows applications on select Android devices.
by Andrew GrushOctober 8, 201541

Cortana for Android now available for download as a public beta in the US

Microsoft has just released Cortana for Android as a public beta for residents in the United States. If you're interested, head here to become a beta tester!
by Jimmy WestenbergAugust 24, 20155

(Update: fix coming) Skype flaw causes crash on Android, iOS & Windows

A new flaw has been revealed that allows you to deliberately or accidentally crash the Skype application on iOS, Android, Windows or Windows Phone.
by Nirave GondhiaJune 3, 20156

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Google Play Weekly

This week we talk about updates to Google Play Games, the death of two Star Wars games, Windows 95 on smartwatches, and more Android apps news!
by Joe HindyOctober 10, 2014
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