While an Andromeda folding phone might seem like the perfect thing for Microsoft in 2019, it may trial a dual-screen notebook first.
Sources say that the project is still in incubation, but that it could have collided with the Surface brand and tanked it if it was executed imperfectly.
On our podcast this week: Microsoft has a tiny Surface tablet that costs $800 if you want it like they show it. Also, long live the iPhone X?
It's been called the Surface Phone before this "Andromeda" codename became hip and cool, but whatever the case, fans want it as soon as possible.
Both the hardware and software components of Microsoft's mystery Andromeda project have been put on hold indefinitely, according to a well-connected insider
It's convertible, foldable and could come with a stylus. It could also be canceled at any moment. But Microsoft could "blur" the lines of computing again.
Intel may have to watch its back if Qualcomm is able to land its ambitions next year on a big chipset for laptops and maybe even desktops.
Microsoft's rumored 2018 and 2019 product roadmap includes everything from a mysterious Andromeda to a Surface Pro 6 and lower-cost HoloLens.
Metadata indicates that the game was targeted for both existing Windows 10 PCs as well as a new operating system called Andromeda.
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One source claims that this device, which may be the closest thing we've had to a digital notebook in physical form, is targeted for 2018.
As its own, dedicated codefile, Windows 10 Mobile might not exist anymore. Instead, Windows 10 on a mobile phone might be the more correct term.
Microsoft is said to be combating Google's Chromebook that's been invading classrooms with a cheaper Windows experience that can be upgraded.
A list of bullet points and plenty of speculation as to where the next version of Android will go. But will all of these features land in May?
Still expecting a third-generation Google Pixel laptop announcement later this year? It's probably not happening, at least not under that name.
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Can't decide between the Android 6.0-running and Windows 10 Lenovo Yoga Book models? Give it some time, and a Chrome OS convertible will also come.
Learn more about the possible future of Andromeda, as we learn that Chrome OS and Android might not merge, or at least not at the moment
Major hardware releases are said to be due out next fall, but there is at least one early arrival rumored for this year...
The big day has arrived, and there's literally nothing simpler than following the Made by Google live stream on YouTube or right here.
From the Pixel phones to the Andromeda products to all things smartening up the Internet of Things and your Wi-Fi network, Google is getting on steroids.
Google Hyperdrives to Andromeda! Will Android and Chrome finally merge? Also, no more in-house hardware from Blackberry? #PNWeekly Podcast episode 220!
A few things to take you back by the whiskers: yes, it's still likely going to be a "Nexus," but it will run on the merged Android/Chrome OS.