New Android devices must support Project Treble, which itself requires the abilit for those devices to run a stock version of software.
The Android team is working on how to make developing apps for two types of foldable phablets not a living nightmare. The future is coming.
Smart speaker developers will be able to allow Spotify free tier users to direct their streaming from their PC or phone to their speaker.
That foldable Galaxy smartphone will be coming fast and furious at us, but before that, let's get to know the display that will be on it.
The beta stack has been updated to show that Spotify is indeed working on a watchOS app, but it'll have to navigate a few challenges.
It takes a developer to support a project and one of Samsung's projects is a new remote function for the Galaxy Note 9's S Pen.
Android Pie notifies users when they're using an app that was developed for Android Jelly Bean or an older version of the OS. But it won't cut them off.
Engineers have been working overtime to make this feature as universal as possible for Chromebooks that have the space for a Windows 10 ROM.
Owners of Google's Pixel phones will get the update first, followed by third-party devices that were eligible for the beta.
Android P has reached the end of the trialing pipeline and is set to be released within the next several weeks. What will be the treat name?
A fully-stocked Adobe photo-editing application should be coming to the iPad next year, barring any delays that may pop up.
So, the Huawei P9 lite mini won't be getting Android Oreo, but maybe the Huawei P9 lite (2017) will get Android... wait, Pistachio?
Is HTC still the phone maker we know and love? How are iPhone buyers sizing up their phones based on where they come from? And a whole lot more.
Sailfish OS is still kicking around and it has a new toy to play with: it's a PDA that made big splashes during CES 2018.
We are nearing release of the next version of Android and this update's a little bit late. But at least we know that the platform is spreading its wings.
At the very least, Google is testing out a system app for the Pixel phones to be able to accept wireless charge and information about the charge.
Most importantly, Apple is keeping iOS and macOS separate, though it is trialing an integration of iOS's UIKit to the macOS AppKit.
Shared experiences will be the biggest thing for mainstream iOS users in the augmented reality space for collaboration and gaming.
GitHub, the world's top software development platform, will soon become Microsoft's third costliest acquisition in history, behind LinkedIn and Skype.
Apple Pay is currently all that can be used through the NFC chip on all modern iPhones, but that could soon change as early as this fall.
Smaller app makers want to launch free trials for their products just like the big publishers who have subscriptions and are eligible for higher revenue shares.
Twitter is using one of Android's newer support libraries to bring its own emoji to life on its app for all major Android versions.
Blockchain is such a buzzword, but technologists see it as a way to bring data back home to users and not in Facebook's servers. How about having that baked into a phone?