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October 31, 2017 10:51 AM Microsoft's new Surface Pro with LTE and 450Mbps downloads out in December

The new Surface Pro with LTE Advanced brings cellular wireless connectivity to the convertible tablet/laptop, offering speeds of up to 450Mbps. Microsoft has revealed a new version of the Surface Pro with always-on internet capable of superfast downloads. The Surface Pro with LTE Advanced brings cellular wireless connectivity to the convertible tablet/laptop 121

October 27, 2017 3:03 AM Being Bing: Microsoft’s overlooked AI tool

Microsoft’s Bing search engine has long been a punch line in the tech industry, an also-ran that never came close to challenging Google’s dominant position. But Microsoft could still have the last laugh since its service has helped lay the groundwork for its burgeoning artificial intelligence effort, which is helping keep the company competitive as it builds 121

October 24, 2017 1:02 PM Kindle's new app still won't let you buy books on an iPhone

People are still reading plenty of books, but how and where they dig into a novel or a bit of historical non-fiction is changing. Amazon is giving its Kindle app on iOS and Android a major overhaul to cater to the number of people who are reading and listening to books on their phones and tablets. The update, announced Tuesday, will roll out gradually 94

October 22, 2017 3:56 AM HTC U11 Android Oreo release schedule update: Google mobile v8.0 OS development reaches final stage

HTC is in the final stage of Android Oreo development for flagship U11 series and if things go as planned, the company is expected to roll-out the firmware to the public en masse in coming weeks. Read more to know when exactly it is coming. Google has already announced the launch of Android Oreo update for Pixel and Nexus series and affiliated OEM (Original 86

October 18, 2017 4:01 AM HP ZBook x2 brings a tear-off keyboard and 4K 10-bit color

HP chose to launch its 14-inch ZBook x2 mobile workstation at Adobe Max, the annual conference for Creative Clouders; that should tell you exactly who HP is targeting with the x2. And from what I've seen, it hits the mark as exactly what professional creatives will want by the time it ships in December. It's the first detachable mobile workstation -- a laptop 102

October 12, 2017 5:08 AM Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Review: A good Android tablet, but still a hard sell

Samsung's latest Android tablet is a solid offering if you're after an Android tablet specifically, but issues with tablet apps still hold it back from true greatness. When Samsung unveiled its mobile device portfolio at this year's Mobile World Congress, it did so with its all-new Galaxy Book line as well as an update to its Android tablet portfolio 368

October 11, 2017 1:01 PM Hands on: Amazon Kindle Oasis (2017) review

Innovating an ereader is a difficult task and something Amazon has struggled with in its most recent iterations of the Kindle brand. The Kindle Oasis (2017) marks the ten year point since the release of the first ever Amazon ereader and this feels like one of the biggest steps forward for the tech in recent history. With a waterproof design, audiobook 133

October 5, 2017 1:00 PM Microsoft is bringing new Edge apps to iOS, Android

Microsoft isn't doing this in the way many had thought it might. The company is not porting the Edge browser to iOS and Android. It is instead bringing the Edge "experience" (its look and feel) -- in the form of new apps -- to these non-Windows platforms. Microsoft is not bringing Edge apps to iOS and Android simply in order to give users running Windows 116

October 4, 2017 3:48 PM Google's Pixel 2: Will It Succeed?

Google's Pixels are considered flagship Android phones, but they've never sold many units. For Google, what is success? Are Google's Pixel phones a failure? After all, they only sell a million or so a year—far less than Apple and Samsung sell in a month, and well behind pretty much every Android phone maker you've heard of, including Blu. As Google revs up to release 90

October 3, 2017 2:00 PM How Google’s smartphones have evolved since 2007

New Pixels are coming, but don't forget about Google's smartphone history By 2010, Android's popularity was on the rise thanks to OEMs building new phones and loading it up with Google's software. Those software builds, however, were often completely unrecognizable -- they were loaded up with third-party apps and painted over by elaborate interfaces 137