Amazon has started experimenting with seven-second ads that launch right when you open the Freevee app on Fire TV devices.
YouTube is reportedly working on a new “channel store” that will allow users to purchase access to other streaming video services.
Sony and Microsoft are engaged in a war of words in legal filings aimed largely at determining the future of the Call of Duty franchise.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Brad has new smells, Thurrott has new comments, and Xbox has new data.
I have been eager to test a 16-inch laptop, and so I was delighted when Lenovo offered the Yoga 7i 16 for review.
Thanks to a new legal filing, we know that Microsoft sold roughly 50-55 million Xbox One consoles, less than half that of the PlayStation 4.
LinkedIn has unveiled new tools designed to help users get more engagement from visual content on the content platform.
Happy Friday from Roma Norte in Mexico City! Here’s a bonanza installment of Ask Paul to kick off the weekend a bit early.
Google appears to be testing making cloud-enabled games from Stadia, Xbox, and other platforms directly accessible from search results.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, we try to record a podcast, my kid tries to burn the house down, and everything smells wonderful.
Microsoft is getting ready to move the Mail, Calendar, and other modules in Outlook for Windows to the left of the folder pane to improve consistency with other platforms.
As part of its quarterly earnings report, Huawei said that revenues from its devices business sank 25.4 percent year-year-year.
According to the tech press, ‘it’ doesn’t exist until Apple announces it first. Except that when it comes to passwordless, Microsoft got there first.
On this edition of the Sams Report, Microsoft shares Sony's motive, more cuts at the org, and games are back on the menu.
Microsoft has accused Sony of paying publishers “blocking rights” to prevent some games to come to its Xbox Game Pass subscription service.
Lenovo didn’t need to make any major changes with its 10th-generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon, a near-perfect business-class Ultrabook, and so it didn’t.
Disney is planning to launch a new ad-supported tier in December, but it’s also planning to raise the price of its existing ad-free plan to $10.99 per month.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss a new round of Microsoft layoffs, new Windows 11 builds, Microsoft 365, .NET, Xbox, and much more.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Sony pays to keep it away, Disney wants you to pay more, and eventually, we may all be paying less.
In tandem with its quarterly earnings report, Disney announced that its Disney+ streaming service now has over 152 million subscribers.
Microsoft announced today that it’s open-sourcing its entire emoji library, which is now available for everyone one GitHub and Figma.
Microsoft has just released new Windows 11 Insider builds for testers on the Dev and Beta channels, though there are no big new features to talk about this week.
A new report from Bloomberg claims that the U.S. Department of Justice will sue Google for antitrust violations related to its advertising business.
Google’s “Get the Message” ad campaign is aimed at convincing Apple to adopt RCS. But it’s Google that needs to get the message. Apple ain’t listening.
Samsung unveiled today several new Galaxy products including the Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 foldable smartphones, the Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro, and the Galaxy Buds2 Pro.
Over one year after Microsoft announced Arm64EC for Windows 11, Microsoft announced that this new developer technology is finally available.
Microsoft has announced the release of Visual Studio 2022 17.3, which adds several new features and now supports .NET MAUI out of preview.