Google said today that it would invest $1 billion over the next 10 years to address the chronic shortage of affordable housing options in the Bay Area.
Microsoft today released four games to the Microsoft Store that rely on the eye-tracking technology built into Windows 10, Tile Slide, Match Two, Double Up, and Maze.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Google calendar doesn't show up, Holgate is a keyboard, and the sun will come out tomorrow.
Two weeks after the initial beta releases, Apple has issued iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13, watchOS 13, and macOS Catalina Beta 2 to developers.
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Facebook today announced a new Calibra subsidiary that will provide a new cryptocurrency and financial infrastructure called Libra.
One year after its blockbuster $7.5 billion GitHub acquisition, Microsoft has acquired Pull Panda to bolster the developer service.
Over the weekend, Microsoft finally began rolling out Hyper-V Server 2019 after months of mysterious delays.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, we are back, Google is a genius, and Paul has a series you might want to read.
Organizations have data in many different places that needs to be made available and in an upcoming webinar, you can learn the tips and tricks to making this a reality.
To fully understand why Windows was designed the way it was, we must go back in time. To before the beginning.
Microsoft To-Do is now available as a native Mac app via Apple’s Mac App Store. It is compatible with macOS 10.13 or higher.
After weeks of bold talk, Huawei has finally admitted that the U.S. blacklisting of the firm will have a material impact on its revenues.
Google has been found to be using content from Genius.com without attribution, this is one more piece of evidence of the company potentially abusing its position in the marketplace
I’m in Washington D.C., so this week's reader Q & A will be served with a side order of some photos from this beautiful city.
Huawei's incredible $2600 Mate X foldable device's release has been moved to September after Samsung's Galaxy Fold debacle.
Responding to the controversy around a pending change to Chrome, Google this week said it is not killing ad-blockers.
Google has refreshed the look and feel of its Search results page to include Material Design icons next to the category filters.
With Windows 10 version 1903 now rolling out to all compatible PCs, Microsoft is touting the accessibility advances in this release.
Spotify has started rolling out a major update to the Your Library view in its mobile app that separates music and podcasts from each other.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul talk about Microsoft, Xbox, and E3, and pretty much nothing else.
Android Q Beta 4 arrived earlier this month and after a bit of uncertainty about which device to use, I’ve finally installed it on my Pixel 3a XL.
In response to the first accurate leaks about the next Pixel handsets, Google provided a clearer view of the future. For some reason.
The next major version of Google Chrome will display an install button when a Progressive Web App (PWA) is available.
Last night, Microsoft released a new Windows 10 20H1 Insider Preview build. Among the improvements is our first peek at WSL 2.
Google announced today that it will no longer automatically sync photos between its Drive and Photos services.
When Apple finally announced a new MacBook Air in late October, I ordered one immediately. But it has already failed, after just six months of light use.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced the release of iCloud for Windows 10 in the Microsoft Store. Big deal, right? Well, there is one surprise.