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Google is now prioritizing mobile sites to provide better results for mobile devices

We all saw this coming. All the way back in November 2016, Google said it would begin prioritizing websites that have a mobile-friendly, responsive design in favor of traditional desktop online websites. Google is following through on that promise as it’s now implementing this new prioritizat...

Android

The NBA 2K franchise back with NBA 2K18 now in the Play Store

2K, Inc NBA 2K18, the newest entry in the iconic franchise, is now on the Play Store The game includes updated mechanics, an expanded script in career mode, and a new game mode The soundtrack features artists like Kendrick Lamar, Naughty by Nature, and Nas It’s never been a better time to b...

Android

Huawei confirms its phones will be sold by US carriers in 2018, starting with Mate 10

Huawei exec Richard Yu stated its phones will be “competitively priced” in the US market. He added that Huawei does not expect to deal with security concerns in the US. More information on the Huawei US carrier launch will be revealed at CES 2018. After months of rumors and unconf...

Android

The T-Mobile HTC U11 Life is getting Android 8.0 Oreo (updated)

Update (12/18/17): Just about three weeks ago, the unlocked HTC U11 Life was upgraded to Android 8.0 Oreo. Now, the T-Mobile variant is receiving the update as well. T-Mobile is the only carrier in the United States to carry the HTC U11 Life so between it and the unlocked versions, pretty...

Computing

If Microsoft's Surface Phone ends up like this concept, count us in

We’ve already seen Microsoft’s meticulously-detailed patent illustrations for a handheld, dual-screen tablet or phone, but now they’ve been made into something far more beautiful. Designer David Breyer has used those patent images to create an incredible concept for what might &nda...

Linux

Mozilla Says It is Raising Privacy Awareness By Violating Privacy of Users

Brief: Mozilla’s latest Firefox release is better than Google Chrome, both in terms of speed and violating user’s privacy. Mozilla Firefox is in news this month as well. Last month, Mozilla gained praises for its extraordinary Quantum release. This month, it has been ‘caught’...

Linux

LXLE Review: A Hassle-free Linux for Older Hardware

Brief: LXLE is a lightweight Linux distribution mainly focused on older systems. John takes it for a test drive and shares his experience in this LXLE review. If you visit It’s FOSS often, you’ll know that I’m a big fan of Arch-based distros. In fact, most of my distros I’ve...

Linux

Open Source OS Still supporting 32-bit Architecture and Why it’s Important

One after the other, Linux distributions are dropping 32-bit support. Or, to be accurate, they drop support for the Intel x86 32-bit architecture (IA-32). Indeed, computers based on x86_64 hardware (x86-64) are superior in every way to their 32-bits counterpart: they are more powerful, run faster,...

Apple

All the features I’m still getting used to on the iPhone X

Since the week before Thanksgiving, I’ve been using the iPhone X. Prior to that, I was using the iPhone 8 Plus, which Apple loaned me. During the busy fall reviews season, I also used the Google Pixel 2 and briefly used the Essential smartphone. But this article isn’t a round up of thes...

Apple

Whoops, iTunes won’t be available in the Microsoft Store this year, after all

Earlier this year at Microsoft’s Build conference, the company revealed it was working with Apple to get iTunes included in the Windows Store. The promise was that it would be available by the end of 2017, but now it looks like that won’t be happening. In a statement emailed to ZDnet, an...


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