On this episode of First Ring Daily, it's a party in the front, Notre in the back, and MSA gets a facelift.
Samsung credited better-than-expected demand for its foldables and other devices for a surprisingly strong quarter.
Windows Insiders in the Dev channel can now test a new Microsoft account (MSA) configuration settings interface in Windows 11.
Google revealed today that it will ship something called Android 12L in 2022 that will target tablets, foldables, and Chromebooks.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Paul is in front of an arc, Brad can't center an image, and revenue is through the roof.
It shouldn’t be possible for a company this big to grow so much in a quarter, but it happened to Google’s parent company Alphabet.
Microsoft’s pandemic-era lift shows no sign of slowing, with the software giant reporting a net income of $20 billion on revenues of $45.3 billion.
With the .NET 6 release looming, Microsoft made a critical faux pas that the open-source world jumped on immediately.
In addition to delivering major Photoshop updates on desktop and iPad, Adobe today announced it is bringing Photoshop to the web.
A new report from Microsoft accuses Russia of launching cyberattacks against technology service providers in the global IT supply chain.
Apple announced that macOS Monterey is now available as a free upgrade for users with supported Intel- and M1-based Macs.
With just six weeks to go before the game is available, Microsoft today released a 6-minute preview of the Halo: Infinite Campaign.
20 years ago this past weekend, Apple announced the iPod, the first step in an amazing comeback that later included iPhone, iPad, and more.
After Roku complained publicly about Google abusing its market power, Google said it would pull YouTube from Roku’s devices.
Apple has made three changes to its App Store policies for developers related to an August settlement with U.S.-based developers.
As I noted in my Google Pixel 6 Pro Preview, eager would-be buyers of the new handset experienced horrific problems preordering them.
Happy Friday, and an early Happy Halloween, since I’ll be traveling next Friday, and this will be the final Ask Paul for October.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Paul jet sets, Intel has chips, and AMD has a Microsoft adventure.
It was a jam-packed week of news including a Duo 2 review, an Xbox dashboard and hardware update, UWP saying goodbye, and a lot more.
Earlier this month, we learned that AMD-based PCs that were upgraded to Windows 11 suffered from a 3-15 percent performance hit.
Intel reported that it earned a net income of $6.8 billion on revenues of $19.2 billion for the quarter ending September 30.
Microsoft announced today that the October update for Xbox is now available. Among the improvements is a 4K dashboard for Xbox Series X.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the Windows Subsystem for Android in Windows 11, more Insider releases, several developer stories, Xbox, and much more.
Microsoft revealed today that it has finalized Windows 10 version 21H2 and will soon offer it to existing users.
Stardock has announced Fences 4, which provides new features, a refreshed user interface, and support for Windows 11.
Google revealed today that it will improve the functionality of YouTube Music for both paying and non-paying customers.
Unlike Apple, Google has seen the light: It is dramatically lowering the fees that it charges for subscription and media apps in its Play Store for Android.