Microsoft is revamping the way Windows works with mobile broadband with the latest Redstone 5 build.
Microsoft today announced that several new games will be added to the Xbox Game Pass subscription in May.
Amazon today announced a new Echo Dot aimed at kids and a new version of its parental controls.
Moving a tad more decisively than Microsoft, Google has announced Tasks for Android and iOS and updated its Tasks interface on the web.
Today, Google announced its first major Gmail update in over two years. And this one takes aim squarely at Microsoft and the enterprise.
Opera today announced a new version of its PC-based web browser, plus a new mobile browser called Opera Touch.
Google is planning a Material Design 2 overhaul for the UI of its desktop web browser starting with Chrome version 68.
The Xbox April Update has begun rolling out, bringing improvements to audio/video, streaming and captures, and more.
Microsoft is bringing advanced options for sharing on OneDrive's mobile apps.
Today, Spotify announced an update to its mobile app that emphasizes a key advantage over Apple Music.
Windows 10 has many problems, but one of my big pet peeves is the lack of UX consistency.
During the development of Windows 8, each build contained a cryptographic-looking wallpaper that many assumed was a security feature; the truth is much less exciting.
Windows 10 on ARM only exists because Microsoft wants to shake up Intel's market dominance. That's not good enough.
To date, Google's podcast strategy has amounted to adding podcast support to Google Play Music. That's changing.
Windows 10 build 17650 contains a new product SKU that is currently identified as Windows 10 Lean. What is this thing?
As Microsoft gets ready to bring Windows 10's new Timeline feature to all users, it updates Edge on mobile to support the new feature.
Google's "other revenues" business, which includes G Suite, Pixel, Home, and Nest, barely grew-year over-year.
Here is how you will be able to upgrade from Windows 10 in S Mode for free via the Microsoft Store.