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HP Spectre 13 x360 review: Don’t fix it if it’s not broken

HP announced its third-generation Spectre 13 x360 back in October, offering some modest design changes and an upgrade to Intel's quad-core eighth-generation processors. Along with more...

Logitech Craft Keyboard Review

The Logitech Craft will probably be the best keyboard you ever own. Don’t miss Miles showing off this keyboard in this XDA TV video review. You can get the Logitech Craft for $199 on...

Bad news: If you can’t fight ‘fake news’, join it!

"Fake news" has been a subject of intense debate for more than a year now, with Congressional hearings on the matter and Facebook admitting...

Last Snapchat APK before the Ugly Redesign

With more than 187 million daily active users as of Q4 2017, Snapchat is one of the most popular mobile applications in the world. Unfortunately, it recently received a redesign that many have described...

Stylus sporting haptic feedback showcased in new Microsoft patent

Microsoft continues to innovate with the functionality of the Surface Pen following the recent resurrection of stylus technology by the company. Alongside concepts aimed...

Chrome OS and Android Integration may go beyond SMS according to the latest commits

When the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL were released, there was a rather interesting system app that was pre-installed on the two devices. Called “SMS Connect,” the app will presumably help you...

Apple releases iOS 11.2.6, fixing bug that crashes apps with a Telugu character

Late last week, it was discovered that a single Telugu (an Indian language) character can crash apps on iOS, rendering them unusable. As it...

Android P will Prevent Background Apps from Accessing the Camera

Android P, the next major version of Android, could be weeks away from an official unveiling, and although its core user-facing features are still unknown to us, we are discovering many little tidbits thanks...

Last chance to Pay What You Want for this Ultimate Android Development Bundle

Today's highlighted offer comes via our Pay What You Want section of the Neowin Deals store, where you can Pay What You Want for...

Nuance Confirms that Swype Keyboard for Android with Dragon Dictation has been Discontinued

For the longest time, one of the advantages of Android over iOS was the ability to use third-party keyboard apps available on the Play Store. These keyboards each provide their own unique features to...

Google has made it easy to set up bill payments in Tez

Google has announced that it’s making bill payments through Tez more straightforward. The firm is making it so that you only need to add...

Windows 10 bug lets malware bypass security scans using a null character

A bug in the Anti-Malware Scan Interface in Windows 10 could allow malware to go undetected in scans if the code contained a null...

XDA’s First Full PC Build: An All-AMD Linux Desktop

With GPU prices increasing exponentially over the past few months, it’s been hard to price out a PC. This particular build took us nearly a year to assemble; getting all the parts together was...

Microsoft will turn off push notifications for Windows Phone 7.5 and 8 tomorrow

Windows Phone 7.5 and 8.0 haven't been supported in some time, so it should come as no surprise that Microsoft is shutting down push...

Nokia 8 Pro Might Have Snapdragon 845 and “Penta-Lens” Zeiss Camera

The Nokia brand under Finnish smartphone maker HMD Global has made an incredible comeback — the company managed to outsell HTC, Sony, Google and a host of other smartphone manufacturers during Q4 2017. Building on...

Leak points to Galaxy S9 pricing starting at $1,000 in the UK

When the Galaxy Note8 launched late last year, many balked at the $950 price point of the device at launch. However, this wasn't the...