The Senate Judiciary Committee voted in favor of the American Innovation and Choice Online Act, which will help curb Big Tech’s power.
As part of its latest quarterly report, video streaming Netflix reported that it now has over 222 million paying subscribers, up 9 percent year-over-year.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss Microsoft's blockbuster proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard for $67.8 billion. And some other stuff.
Hola from Mexico City, Mexico. My wife and I are heading to Puebla tomorrow, so Ask Paul is a day earlier than usual. Let’s dive in.
For most of its history in the videogame industry, Sony has wielded its PlayStation-exclusive games as a cudgel against the competition.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Phil plays it right, Android games come to Windows, and something most can agree on.
The first limited beta version of Google Play Games for PC is now available in Hong Kong, South Korea, and Taiwan.
In February 2001, I headed to Redmond, Washington for the Whistler Desktop Beta 2 Reviewers Workshop. And boy, was I in for a surprise.
With the U.S. Congress set to debate new legislation that could rein in the power of Big Tech, Google says it has some concerns.
Canalys claims that Samsung closed the gap on the iPhone in the previous quarter despite the iPhone 13 series launch.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, the day after Microsoft spends big dollars, Surface SE, and more from Mexico.
Sony shares fell 13 percent on Wednesday, its biggest drop in over 12 years, thanks to Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard announcement.
Now that we’ve moved into the second half of January, Microsoft has announced the new Xbox Game Pass titles it will ship soon.
Not to be outdone by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, Samsung today announced a “gaming changing” mobile processor of its own.
Microsoft announced today that Surface Laptop SE is now available for schools to purchase through authorized Microsoft Surface resellers.
Microsoft’s planned acquisition of Activision Blizzard is big news, but there are a lot of other changes happening. Let’s dive in.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Microsoft is buying Activision for $70 billion dollars and that's all we need to talk about.
In a stunning development, Microsoft today said that it would acquire gaming behemoth Activision Blizzard for nearly $70 billion.
This morning, Microsoft announced the first generation of Windows 11 SE-based laptops that are heading to the education market.
On January 6, 2001, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates delivered the keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
I was eagerly anticipating this trip to Mexico City for a lot of reasons, but one is to test my more mobile computing setup. And so far, it’s worked out nicely.
A former Microsoft executive who figured prominently in the software giant’s Internet push of the 1990s has a crazy new idea for the company.
I’m not sure that the world is waiting for yet another iPhone 13 Pro review, but I’m working on mine. In the meantime, here’s one data point to consider.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, it was a good weekend for sports, a bad weekend for Netflix pricing, and all the services make it hard to find things.
Our path to Mexico was inspired by some pandemic-era research and a dawning realization that everything would change.
Microsoft should have ended the year 2000 on a triumphant note, but an economic downturn and internal worries about .NET made for a dour holiday.
Netflix announced it was raising the price of its subscription streaming service by $1 to $2 per month depending on the plan.