Apple told a show business union that its Apple TV+ service has fewer than 20 million subscribers, much less than the competition.
The HP Pavilion Aero is thin, light, and powerful, and it offers a wonderful 16:10 display and is available in some fun colors too.
Separate from the upcoming release of Android 12, Google is adding various new features across several recent Android versions.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Edge lands on the Xbox, a phone has not yet arrived, and Paul lands in Boston.
The new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is the marquee addition to the September Update for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.
On this episode of the Sams Report, Microsoft has new hardware, Android apps move closer, and the questions nail the week.
With an October 5 launch date looming, Microsoft quietly pushed Windows 11 into the Insider Program’s Release Preview channel.
As promised last month, Minecraft Dungeons has launched on Steam along with cloud-saves, cross-play, and some bonus content.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, the Surface event was yesterday, the EU has an Apple today, and tomorrow is Boston.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the new Surface PCs and devices that Microsoft announced, HP's new PCs, Windows 11, Office, and more.
Watch along as Paul joins Leo to provide commentary while Microsoft unveils its 2021 Surface PC and devices lineup.
Those who use a PC with one or more multiple displays will appreciate a major change to how docking and undocking works in Windows 11.
Researchers have discovered an Exchange Autodiscover flaw that can be used to steal Windows users’ credentials.
Despite Apple’s complaints, the EU is ready to introduce legislation that will require device makers to use USB-C as a common charging solution.
Anyone who noticed that their Windows 11 taskbar wasn’t properly centered will be delighted with build 22463.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Microsoft has updated many of its Surface products and it's making us happy.
After years of glacial release cycles and a weird aversion to superior technology, Microsoft has finally taken a major step forward with Surface.
Today, Microsoft announced major updates to Surface Book, Pro, Pro X, Go, and Duo, plus several new Surface-branded peripherals.
Surface Laptop Studio replaces Surface Book and provides a 14.4-inch Flow touch display and Intel Core H-series processors.
Surface Duo 2 delivers two larger displays, a three-lens camera system, a faster processor, and 5G capabilities.
Surface Pro X is unchanged from last year, but now Microsoft is offering a new Wi-Fi-only model at a more affordable $899 starting price.
Surface Go 3 offers faster Intel Pentium and Core i3 processors, optional LTE Advanced connectivity, and all-day battery.
Surface Pro 8 provides a bigger 120 Hz refresh rate display, two Thunderbolt 2 ports, and optional Surface Pen Slim 2.
In addition to the new PCs and devices, Microsoft also announced new Surface- and Microsoft-branded hardware peripherals today.
I’ll be covering Microsoft’s Fall 2021 News Briefing today with Leo Laporte on TWiT. Here’s how you can tune in and see the future of Surface.
Today, HP is announcing several new prosumer and consumer PCs and peripherals, key among them an exciting 16-inch Spectre x360.
Amazon today announced three new Kindle Paperwhite e-reader models, with prices ranging from $140 to $190.