Microsoft Edge version 104 adds a new “Basic” setting for Edge’s enhanced security mode, as well as a new option to import your Chrome data when you open Edge for the first time.
Unity will use Microsoft’s Azure cloud to improve its developer tools and make it easier for game developers and artists to create real-time 3D experiences.
On this episode of First Ring, Sonos wakes up for Google, Xbox gets a smidge faster, and Amazon wants more robots.
Google apparently isn’t giving in to the inevitable. Instead, it is countersuing Sonos for allegedly infringing on Google’s patents.
Thanks to the proliferation of smartphones, Fitbit will end support for PC and Mac syncing with its wearables in late 2022.
Microsoft has improved memory allocation on its Xbox Series S console to make more memory available for games.
This week, I look at what I think are the top 5 new features in Microsoft Teams for July 2022!
YouTube has started testing a new ‘Pinch to Zoom’ feature for Premium subscribers on mobile devices
Amazon announced this morning that it has reached an agreement to acquire iRobot, the makers of the automated Roomba vacuum cleaners for $1.7 billion.
Happy Friday! Here’s another great set of reader questions to kick off the weekend a bit early. Not surprised that many are wondering about Windows 12.
Google this week began rolling out Chrome OS 104 to the stable channel. Among other things, the release adds long-awaited Dark theme support.
DuckDuckGo announced that it will soon begin blocking Microsoft trackers in its privacy-focused web browsers and extensions.
Microsoft is previewing a new Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Family in Colombia and Ireland that will let testers share their Game Pass benefits with up to four people in the same country.
Google has started rebranding its Duo app to Google Meet on iOS and Android to create a one connected solution.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the Windows 10 version 22H2 mystery, Windows 11, Microsoft 365, more earnings learnings, Xbox and gaming, and much more.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Nintendo does it the right way, a new Widget for Windows 11, and a delay of the OS.
Microsoft has released Windows Package Manager (WinGet) 1.3 with improved reporting and support for portable applications.
I was looking for this data in Nintendo’s recent quarterly results, but now we know: Nintendo has sold over 111 million Switch consoles so far.
Microsoft’s Clipchamp video editor has dropped its three paid subscription tiers and now offers a single paid plan, called Essentials.
iPadOS 16 could be released a month later than iOS 16 this fall, as Apple may need more time to polish new features like Stage Manager.
Microsoft has started testing a new Game Pass widget on Windows 11 that will highlight new additions to the Game Pass library, games leaving soon, and more.
Microsoft has started rolling out a native version of Microsoft Teams for users with Apple Silicon Macs, and the new client should bring performance improvements on these devices.
Amazon’s Luna game streaming service is now available on Samsung’s 2022 Smart TVs and Smart Monitors.
Apple has added eight new MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and iMac models released between 2015-2016 models to its Vintage Products list.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, AMD is winning, Android for Windows has an update, and even Nintendo has a miss.
Nintendo reported that it earned a net income of $894.3 million on revenues of $2.31 billion in the quarter ending June 30.
AMD reported that it earned a net income of $447 million on revenues of $6.6 billion in the quarter ending June 25, 2022.