Microsoft plans to deliver more features to Windows 11 users next month, and now Insiders in the Release Preview can take a look.
Elon Musk has reportedly changed his mind and wants to buy Twitter at its original $54.20 a share price.
Microsoft is currently investigating slower SMB read performance for large files in Windows 11 version 22H2, as well as slower speeds for local copies.
The European Parliament approved today new rules that will force phone manufacturers to use a USB-C port for charging starting in 2024.
Google today announced a new wired Nest Doorbell, Nest Wifi Pro Wi-Fi 6E mesh router system, and a redesigned Google Home app.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Halo attempts to fix Halo, Brad fixes Paul, and fixing the rest of the things too.
I was transfixed by Google’s Pixel 4 launch presentation, which featured an incredible lecture on smartphone photography by distinguished engineer Marc Levoy.
Snap is a set of Windows 11 features that lets you organize how your open apps, Microsoft Edge tabs, and other windows appear onscreen.
Windows 11 includes a fun feature called Shake that lets you literally shake the currently-focused app window to hide (minimize) all other open windows.
Task view works much like Alt-Tab in that it lets you switch between open apps and other windows. But it offers some key advantages over Alt-Tab as well.
Alt-Tab is the simplest and oldest multitasking user interface in Windows, and it works as it did in Windows 10 and previous Windows versions.
Quick settings is a new interface in Windows 11 that appears when you select the Network, Volume, or Power buttons in the Taskbar's system tray.
The timed Xbox console exclusive Scorn and A Plague Tale: Requiem are two upcoming games that will launch on day one on Game Pass this month.
Microsoft Edge version 106 is now available on the Stable channel for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Twitter’s much-anticipated Edit feature has started rolling out for Twitter Blue subscribers in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Multiple reports suggest that future Halo development may start using Epic Games’ Unreal Engine instead of Microsoft's in-house Slipspace engine.
YouTube is testing making 4K videos only available for YouTube Premium subscribers.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, USB makes it easier to see your ports, Xbox will hopefully get a new feature, and it's another Monday podcast.
Here are my top 5 new iOS 16 features for people who don't use Apple services.
The USB Implementers Forum revealed that it will simplify the branding for all existing and coming versions of the specification.
Microsoft will look into adding an option to disable Quick Resume for games on Xbox Series X|S consoles.
The EU’s European Commission revealed that it will decide on the fate of Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard Acquisition by November 8.
YouTube TV users can now pay individually for more than 20 add-on channels including HBO Max, Showtime, MLB.tv, and more.
Microsoft has identified new printing issues on the Windows 11 2022 Update that are serious enough to require an upgrade block on some PCs.
Happy Friday! And welcome to the longest Ask Paul in recent memory, thanks to a great set of thought-provoking reader questions.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Stadia goes away, Paul is away, and a new option on the taskbar.
On this episode of the Sams Report, Microsoft brings back an old Windows 10 feature, they also bring back old chips for Surface, and Stadia says goodbye.
Every September, Amazon announces a tsunami of new smart home products. But this year was a little different, at least from my perspective.
With September winding down, Amazon today announced the game titles that are coming to its Luna game streaming service next month.
The latest World Update for Microsoft Flight Simulator is now available, and this one includes high-fidelity imagery of Canada.
The Windows 11 build 25211 for Dev Channel testers brings a new context menu to the taskbar as well as a new Widgets settings experience.
Google will shut down its Stadia cloud gaming service on January 18, 2023, and the company will also be refunding all Stadia hardware and game purchases.