At the launch of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Youth Edition 5G in China, the company also unveiled the latest version of its MIUI overlay based on Android.
It looks like Zoom, a video-conferencing app that has become wildly popular amid the COVID-19 pandemic, will be welcoming new competition soon. Facebook has announced a new feature coming to its social network that will allow up to 50 people to virtually meet together in a video call.
Good news! Fortnite, arguably one of the most popular online games on any platform, is now available on the Google Play Store.
Last month, Huawei announced its new EMUI 10.1 software based on Android 10 alongside the Huawei P40 series.
Besides staying home (if you could, of course) and practicing social distance, donating is one of the best ways to help out while the COVID-19 pandemic is devastating the Philippines and most other parts of the world.
Huawei recently launched the new P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro Plus flagship smartphones with Android 10-based EMUI 10.1 and Huawei Mobile Services (in lieu of Google Mobile Services) on tap.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected various aspects of life in the Philippines, including travel for those of us in the technology industry. Overseas trips to cover on-the-ground MWC and the Huawei P40 series launch events? Didn’t push through. And many more.
Huawei has recently announced the P40 series at a virtual launch event that took the place of its usual global keynote presentation with attendees from all over the world.
When you say “food-delivery services,” we think of Foodpanda, GrabFood, LalaFood, and the likes. Angkas? The first thing that comes to mind is its Twitter account, which is known to dish out funny, quick-witted posts.
Got a Huawei Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro, Nova 7i, or Y7p or planning to get one? If you own a Huawei phone without Google apps and services and you’re looking for the easiest way to install your favorite apps on your device sans the Google Play Store (which you can manually install), then you should read ahead.