Microsoft announced today that the May Update for Xbox One will add a number of useful new features.
Microsoft today expanded the availability of the new RTM build of Windows 10 version 1803 to the Slow ring.
In a nice example of the scalability of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), the Windows 10 version of the Twitter app now lets you pin users to the Start menu.
Amazon announced this week that it is opening up Alexa skills creation to non-programmers via a new tool called Alexa Skill Blueprints.
Happy Friday, everyone. Here's another round of Q&A to jump-start the weekend.
Windows 10 S isn't just unusable. Apparently, it's not very secure either.
Microsoft can't seem to get Windows 10 Redstone 4 (RS4) out the door, but it has no problem releasing new RS5 builds.
Apple CEO Tim Cook pulled his head out of the sand just long enough to dash our hopes and dreams.
Smartphone buyers frequently cite camera quality as a key purchase criteria. And the Samsung Galaxy S9+ does not disappoint.
Most of the privacy reporting these days is focused on Google and Facebook because these firms maximize their earnings by knowing more about you.
The normally secretive Amazon has finally detailed a key metric of its success: It now has over 100 million Prime subscribers.
Activision announced this week that it has released a beta set of Call of Duty skills for Amazon Alexa.
It was one year ago today that Microsoft announced that Wunderlist was dead but the app is still around with no timeline for when To-Do will be a viable replacement.
Confused why Microsoft is maintaining two different versions of OneNote on Windows? Well, that's about to end.
Contrary to various reports, Microsoft will indeed charge a licensing fee for Azure Sphere. Is this a problem?
There's no official announcement that I can find, but Microsoft has released a Windows Defender Browser Protection extension for Google Chrome.
This week, Google announced the public release of Chrome 66, which adds a crucial new feature for everyone: It mutes auto-play videos.