The Windows Insider Program still isn’t attaching any of its release channels to a specific Windows 10 version. But at least we have a new Feature Experience Pack.
Google is rolling out Chrome OS 88 this week, adding a faster web sign-in experience and personalized lock screens to the platform.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, looking at credits for fitness, going online with apps, and a few good analogies.
15 months after it converted YouTube Music into a Progressive Web App (PWA), Google has done so with its flagship YouTube web app as well.
Spotify has quietly entered the market for audiobooks and is now offering 9 titles for free through its mobile and web apps.
A J.D. Power study claims that Americans now spend $47 per month, on average, for streaming services, up 24 percent from the $38 per month spent before the pandemic.
Microsoft announced today that it has added support for user profiles Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) that are installed as apps through the Edge web browser.
With the launch of Fitness+ in late 2020, Apple has really started to differentiate Apple Watch from other smartwatches.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Xbox changes history, Paul has another laptop, and it is Monday.
Microsoft not so subtly mocks the new M1-based MacBook pro in a video ad that designed to look like it was made by a typical YouTube vlogger.
Two months after it jettisoned its Honor smartphone brand, a new report claims that Huawei is shopping its flagship Mate and P lines as well.
Long associated with gaming, Razer stakes a claim in the premium portable PC market with its impressive-looking Book 13.
Microsoft had two unforced errors this week but they tell a bigger story for the future of the brand.
When it came to promoting Windows 10 S, Microsoft made a Surface sacrifice.
Well, here we go again. For my second look at an M1-based Mac, I’m evaluating the 13-inch Apple MacBook Pro, which retails for $1299.
Microsoft has found their brains and will not double the price of Xbox Live Gold during a pandemic.
Happy Friday! Here’s a delightfully brief Ask Paul to kick off the weekend a bit early while we ponder this nation’s overdue return to decency.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Microsoft raises the price of Xbox Live Gold, Google leaving the land down under, and Intel going up over the top.
On this edition of the Sams Report, Microsoft Edge turns 1, the company invests in self-driving cars, and acquisitions are starting to come into focus.
Is it me, or are these announcements coming earlier and earlier every month? Whatever: Xbox Live Gold subscribers are getting a special bonus in February.
We thought that Microsoft was moving to end the Xbox Live Gold subscription. Instead, the software giant is raising the price of the service.
Faced with new legislation in Australia that would force it to pay for news stories it now scrapes for free, Google says it could pull its search engine from the country.
Microprocessor giant Intel today reported that it earned a net income of $5.9 billion on $20 billion in revenues in the quarter ending December 31, 2020.
One year ago, Microsoft launched a very incomplete new Edge for the masses. Today, Edge is in much better shape, and now it’s getting some new features too.
Is Fall Guys coming to Xbox Game Pass? The developer says no but that may not be the entire story.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss a major Windows 10X leak and what it means, Microsoft's self-driving car investment, a new Intel CEO, Julia White, Xbox, and much more.
Last month, I wrote about our need to stop supporting the current edition of the Windows 10 Field Guide and somehow move forward. Here’s the plan.