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Huawei P40 hand-on review: The compact almost-flagship?

To say Huawei has had a tumultuous year would be something of a gross understatement. Having spent a good number of years building its reputation

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 could have Galaxy S20’s chipset, not an upgraded one

If you want a glimpse at the Samsung Galaxy Note 20’s processing power, maybe it’s worth just looking at the Galaxy S20, because it’s starting

Bragi and CEVA Announce New Collaboration on Hearable Devices

Bragi, the acclaimed software developers bringing smart technology to Bluetooth devices, have partnered with CEVA to develop a new class of hearables. Products planned for

Android 11 set to introduce Fast Share, an Apple AirDrop rival

Google is planning to include a so-called Fast Share feature within Android 11, judging by the latest developer preview of the forthcoming update. The feature,

Chuwi AeroBook Pro vs LapBook Pro Comparison Review – What’s the Difference Between?

The new laptop, the Chuwi AeroBook Pro, comes from this reputable Chinese manufacturer and boasts a very sleek exterior, 4K display, and great features. Chuwi

Leaked Pixel 4a image reveals it’s going to be packing faster storage

If Google follows the expected path, the next phone we see from it should be the Pixel 4a around May time. Another leaked image has

Microsoft to reveal more Xbox Series X details next week

Microsoft is planning to reveal more details about the Xbox Series X during a series of live stream events next week, which seems to be

OnePlus 8 5G: on Verizon at last?

A new OnePlus launcher release was analyzed this week by intrepid software developers who discovered some interesting clues about the company’s future. Inside the code

What happens if (and when) Apple cancels WWDC 2020?

How does Apple communicate with its developers if it cancels its developer conference? Facebook, Microsoft, and Google have now cancelled major conferences in the face

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX Review

From Spike Chunsoft and Nintendo comes Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, a surprise remake of the portable dungeon crawlers enhanced with improved mechanics and

Nvidia’s GTC 2020 goes digital as rumors of next-gen ‘Ampere’ GeForce GPUs whirl

Nvidia’s GTC 2020 developer conference, where we might get our first glimpse at the architecture inside next-gen GeForce graphics cards, is being shifted to digital

Android 11 Features: The biggest changes that could be coming to your phone

Google took most people by surprise when it released the first Developer Preview of Android 11 in February − significantly earlier than expected. As its

Cosmo Communicator Android PDA can now run Linux side-by-side

There has been a recent uptick in interest in Linux-based smartphones but the newest breed of such devices is targeted at early testers and developers.

GDC 2020: PlayStation and Facebook pull out, leaving event in limbo

Coronavirus casts a dark cloud on another conference The coronavirus — a deadly disease that has killed 2,592 people — has already taken down shows

iPhone update: Everything new in Apple’s latest iOS and iPadOS

This week iOS 13.4 Beta 2 was released – mainly for developers – with a set of new features for future public consumption. This is

Android 11 developer preview out early – here are the key new features

Google has surprisingly released the first developer preview for this year’s Android 11 update, but right now it’s only available for devs.  The launch of

Why is Apple rolling out new OS features in February?

Mid-cycle feature updates benefit users and developers. Let’s make it a habit. We’ve come to expect Apple to roll out new operating-system features on an

Hands on with Windows 10X: Microsoft’s dual-screen OS is shallow but slick

As Microsoft moves toward the launch of the dual-screen Surface Neo, it’s banking on developers to release apps for Windows 10X. Is it fair to

Surface Neo and Duo videos entice developers into a dual-screen world

It might have been easily overshadowed by Samsung’s Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip reveals but Microsoft also had something sizzling for its own developers.

iOS and iPadOS 13.4: Apple releases the first beta to developers

Update: We’ve added a list of the more significant new features discovered so far in iOS 13.4. As we look ahead to iOS 14, Apple’s still

The Moto G Stylus will be a cheap and cheerful Galaxy Note rival

If you thought Motorola had finished its budget line with the recently leaked Moto G8 and G8 Power, you were mistaken. Leaked shots of a

The Galaxy S20 could offer Samsung’s version of Apple AirDrop

Samsung appears to be developing its own version of Apple’s file-sharing service, AirDrop. And it should be up and running in time for the launch

Samsung Galaxy S20 Series Will Support a 120Hz Refresh Rate and Galaxy Z Flip Equipped With Snapdragon 855

No more day passes without a new leak concerning the Samsung Galaxy S20. This week we had the right to a first idea of the

Microsoft’s Surface Duo SDK shows how dual-screen apps might work

With Microsoft’s Surface Duo dual-screen Android smartphone due later this year, the company has opened up the device’s SDK (software development kit) to developers eager

Microsoft begins bringing in developers to build its dual-screen future, including Windows 10X

Microsoft’s Surface Neo and Surface Duo are scheduled to ship in holiday 2020, meaning that developers have just a few months to port and test

Is Huawei getting ready to launch its Android rival?

Signs are showing that Huawei could be close to launching its own smartphone operating system, months after it was shut out of the Android programme.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus leak confirms an ongoing disappointment

The Samsung Galaxy S20 leaks are coming thick and fast ahead of the expected reveal next month. After yesterday’s info dump pertaining to the purported

Intel already has a working DG1 ‘Xe’ graphics card, but it’s only for developers

You could almost hear a collective sigh from PC gamers on Monday when Intel showed off its first modern discrete GPU confined to a laptop

Intel Xe just took a key step to replacing Nvidia and AMD graphics for “most” gamers

Intel has released its new Xe-LP graphics to developers, marking a key step in its bid to wrestle control of the GPU market from Nvidia

Byton M-Byte e-SUV reveals the reason for its 48-inch dash display

EV maker Byton wants to make sure there’s more than just a speedometer on the vast, 48-inch display in its upcoming M-Byte electric car, announcing