Back in March, Microsoft said its Chromium-based Edge browser would get a vertical tabs option, allowing users to see a list of the tabs they had open. Now, the company has rolled out a preview of vertical tabs to the Edge Dev channel, giving intrepid testers the opportunity to see the new feature in action The post Microsoft Edge is getting a slick Vertical Tabs layout appeared first on xda-developers.
Travel is difficult right now. But you can still prepare for your next adventure by learning the native tongue of your dream destination. Memrise is considered one of the best language learning apps around, with native speaker audio and a focus on everyday vocabulary. You can currently get lifetime access to the app and all The post Get lifetime access to award-winning language learning app Memrise for $100 appeared first on xda-developers.
The year 2020 hasn’t been kind to most of us, but there is no doubt that this year has had some exciting moments for gamers. We’ve seen NVIDIA announce its new RTX 3000 GPU range and we will see the new Xbox Series X and Series S and PlayStation 5 consoles hitting shelves next month. The post AMD Radeon RX 6000 GPU series officially takes the stage appeared first on xda-developers.
Device listings on Google’s Android Enterprise Recommended website now show how long the manufacturer intends to support them. The updated information will seemingly provide users and companies with a better understanding of when to deploy and replace devices among its workforce. Before, the Android Enterprise Recommended website only included general information about devices, including specifications. The post Google’s Android Enterprise Recommended site now shows how long devices are supported for appeared first on xda-developers.
Android TV doesn’t get nearly as much attention from Google as Android for smartphones, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still getting updates and new apps. Last year, Google added a Data Saver mode for Android TV users in India. This feature is intended for users who don’t have WiFi at home and instead connect The post Android TV Data Saver app lands on the Google Play Store appeared first on xda-developers.
ZTE today announced a new entry-level Android smartphone in the U.S.: the Blade A3Y. The smartphone will be exclusive to Verizon’s Yahoo Mobile prepaid carrier service, which was introduced earlier this year in March as a rebranded version of Visible. The ZTE Blade A3Y is a basic smartphone with equally unexciting hardware. It’s a perfect The post The ZTE Blade A3Y is an ultra-affordable budget smartphone for Verizon’s Yahoo Mobile appeared first on xda-developers.
Google has announced changes to the way it deals with Microsoft Office-formatted documents within the newly-rebranded Google Workspace. Until now, opening a .docx, .xlsx, or .pptx file would have brought up a preview of the contents within Chrome, with a dropdown to select what web app you want to open it with. That’s all changed, The post Google Workspace now opens Microsoft Office files directly into edit mode appeared first on xda-developers.
You might want to pick up a OnePlus 8T screen protector for your brand new device. Fortunately, we have you covered! Read on to know more. The post These are the best OnePlus 8T screen protectors appeared first on xda-developers.
Apple is said to be accelerating efforts towards its own search engine, to be rolled out on its products instead of Google. Reports suggest that Apple is moving quickly to avoid being mired in the upcoming anti-trust action being taken against Google by the US Government. There’s already early evidence of the move in iOS14, The post Apple accelerates efforts towards building its own search engine to replace Google appeared first on xda-developers.
Just bought OnePlus' latest flagship and need some protection? You're in luck – here's our roundup of the best OnePlus 8T cases! The post These are the best OnePlus 8T cases appeared first on xda-developers.