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Google on wednesday said it's holding an online event next month to unveil the beta version of Android 11.
The next generation of the search giants mobile OS, Google normally unveils Android at IO but the company's annual developer conference will not be gathering this year as it was cancelled due to the Coronavirus.
Google has already released a handful of developer previews of Android 11.
Test versions of the software for app makers to try out before the OS is released more widely.
Microsoft has announced the SURFACE GO 2 with a low starting price of $400.
Combined with premium looking design, it's well targeted for today's budget conscious laptop shopper This new surface go makes a notable few improvements to the good but not great original.
The screen size jumps up from 10 inches up to 10.5.
The new model also adds dual proprietary studio branded microphones, dual five megapixel cameras, up to 10 hours of reported battery life.
Optional LTE and weighs in at just one point two pounds.
And finally, Apple is trying to make it easier to share health information with first responders in emergencies.
The next version of Apple's IOS software includes a feature that lets you automatically share information from your medical ID and you call 911 from your iPhone watch.
The feature called Share Medical ID during emergency calls is available with the iOS 13.5 Beta software.
It will roll out to consumers in the coming weeks.
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