Despite running into some technical difficulties, the Windows 11 event was chock full of announcements. These are the five most important.
Offering a deep dive into the operating system, as well as new hardware, Huawei showcased its device ecosystem with HarmonyOS at its core.
Initially designed for new form factors and planned for release later this year, Microsoft has decided to bring an end to Windows 10X.
Most concerning is the high number of SMEs and smaller businesses still using Windows 7, that reached its end of life in January 2020.
At its Global Analyst Summit today, Huawei explained its plan to bring HarmonyOS to more devices in 2021, targeting 100 million devices.
WebOS is set to integrate better with smart TV apps, along with LG baking it into other manufacturers’ panels.
According to some users, it looks like MacBook Pros from 2013 and 2014 do not like the new macOS Big Sur update.
CEO Richard Yu confirmed the roadmap for HarmonyOS 2.0, with it expected to be available on devices over the course of 2021.
Now the long wait for OEMs to dispatch the update begins.
The latest Preview Build 20206 focuses heavily on media and searching for Windows 10 users.
Android 10 has been installed on 100 million devices in the space of five months, faster than any other previous Android OS.
macOS Big Sur features a lot of rounded edges in what Apple calls its biggest design change in some time.
Unsurprisingly, this new mix of operating system, user interface and mobile services has its pros and cons.
Annette Zimmermann, Gartner research VP, looks at how the ongoing issue between Google and Huawei impacts the smartphone market on a global level.
Even more concerning is the fact that two percent of Kaspersky users are still using Windows XP.
It’s not an Android replacement, but could very well form the backbone of the firm’s connected ecosystem of devices.
Is this the much-rumoured Hongmeng OS we’ve been hearing about?
The new operating system could surface at the firm’s developer conference.