Google is consolidating the user interface of its Password Manager across Chrome and Android and improving password management on other platforms.
Coming later this month, Outlook Lite will provide a faster and lighter alternative to the regular Outlook app for users with low-end devices.
Can Broadcom be trusted with VMware considering its history of killing off companies that it's purchased in the past?
On this episode of First Ring Daily, FY22 is done, a hub for your TV is here, and Halo has a new program.
Happy Friday! And welcome to another epic edition of Ask Paul with another great set of reader questions to kick off the weekend.
Google agreed to pay $90 million to settle an antitrust lawsuit with a group of US developers over the requirement to use the the company’s billing system on Google Play.
On this edition of the Sams Report, Windows 11 made its appearance a year ago, Halo announces a few updates, and Xbox lands on the TV.
343 Industries has begun inviting gamers to the Halo Infinite Network Campaign Co-Op Beta, which will run in mid-July.
Samsung is rolling out a new Gaming Hub on its 2022 Smart TVs today, which provides access to the most popular game streaming services.
Microsoft is looking for parents to join its Family Insider program to help the company test family-oriented features before their release.
Mikah Sargent, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the death of Windows 8.1 and its legacy, lots of Microsoft Edge news, Xbox, and much more.
As a long-time Sonos fan and customer, I’m well aware of the pros and cons of the Sonos ecosystem. At least I thought I was.
Microsoft has started testing a new photo story feature in OneDrive, with a clear focus on privacy.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Redmond does not fall far from the tree, digging up the old web, and sending slow comments.
Windows 11 has a 23.1% market share in AdDuplex’s June 2022 report, which represents a 3,4% points progression in two months.
Two and a half years after he took over Google’s Workspace business, former Microsoft executive Javier Soltero is leaving the company.
The Windows 11 Insider build 25151 brings more bug fixes for Dev Channel testers, and there are no new features to play with this week.
Microsoft has opened registrations for its upcoming Inspire partner conference on July 19-20, and everyone can register for the free digital event and start building their own session agenda.
Sony's first Inzone products for PC gamers include two 27-inch monitors and three gaming headphones, and the company hopes to make a difference with its TV expertise and noise-canceling technologies.
On the off chance you believed that Nothing and its new smartphone had any chance at all, allow me to dash those hopes.
An FCC Commissioner asked Apple and Google to remove TikTok from their respective app stores over data security concerns.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Google ignores the order, Sony enters the monitor game, and blinds in Mexico.
Google has announced an interesting set of updates to its Workspace suite of cloud-based office productivity solutions.
The US Customs Service ruled today that Google has violated the importation ban imposed by the ITC by continuing to infringe on Sonos patents.
Google Public Sector is a new Google subsidiary that will focus on helping US public sector customers to embrace Google’s various cloud technologies.
Windows 11 requires individuals who configure a PC for personal use to connect to the Internet and sign in with a Microsoft account (MSA) during initial setup.
Mozilla has issued Firefox version 102 to Release channel users with three new features and several fixes and other changes.