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Call of Duty: Mobile is coming to iOS and Android, and if you want to be one of the first to play it, you can sign up to be part of the initial beta right now. Here’s how.

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While some appreciated the gesture-driven UI of Android Pie, others saw it as a departure from the way Android has worked for years. Those people are going to be even more upset with Android Q, with the current developer preview picking up where Android Pie left off.

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Here’s how to add MagSafe-like charging to your iPhone, iPad, Android and even new MacBook charger using this magnetic cable.

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Call of Duty: Mobile has just been announced for iOS and Android with a trailer video, and a beta release following soon. Here are the details.

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Here’s a USB Apple CarPlay dongle adapter with steering wheel control for almost any car and iPhone users.

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You can now stream PC games with ‘Steam Link Anywhere’ to Android or Raspberry Pi devices, but not on iPhone or iPad. Here are the details.

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Redmond-based Microsoft has thrown the cat amongst the pigeons in the world of console and mobile gaming by announcing a cross-platform SDK designed to bring Xbox Live features to games running on mobile platforms like iOS and Android.

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Here’s how to sideload install Android Q beta OTA on Pixel 1, XL, Pixel 2, 2 XL, Pixel 3, 3 XL device the right way.

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Microsoft has been rumored to have a disc-less Xbox One S in the works, and part of that is the upcoming cloud game streaming service. That service, dubbed Project xCloud, has been shown off.

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Microsoft is testing a feature update to its Your Phone app that would allow Android users to mirror their apps to their Windows 10 computer.

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Huawei has been showing off sample shots for the zoom capability of its upcoming P30 Pro smartphone, but the company had to reach out with an explanation after it was found that the photos were actually taken with a DSLR.

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As has been the case with other Samsung phones in the past, it appears that unlocking one of the new Galaxy S10 devices, with Face Unlock activated, is just a case of waving a video of someone at the phone.

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