After using NotePadWF extensively at Ignite 2019, I’m ready to make a few bug fixes and fit and finish improvements.
New report details Apple's plans for its full-fledged AR headset and new AR glasses that could potentially replace the iPhone in about a decade.
Amazon could be launching its own grocery chain in Los Angeles, and the company's already confirmed a store in Woodland Hills opening in 2020.
Google’s Stadia game streaming service will launch on November 19 with a library of 12 games that will grow over time.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Apple has a new AR headset coming every year, Brad deals with a Windows update problem, and Paul is about to punch a hole in a wall.
The Google Stadia app can be downloaded now from the Google Play Store. But you need an invite code to use it now.
Microsoft has created a central repository for all of the keynote and session videos it recorded at its recent Ignite 2019 conference.
Instagram will start testing hiding likes in the United States with a small group of users sometime this week as it looks to promote better mental health.
Goldman Sachs and Apple Card are under investigation by the New York Department of Financial Services shortly after allegations of the Apple Card's gender bias against women.
The ability to create stereo pairs with Google Home smart speakers is a great if long overdue addition to the platform.
I was just pondering the pointlessness of all the Google Home smart speakers we have. And then Google saved the day.
Microsoft is evolving the Windows 10 app development platform by turning its back on its original strategy.
I’ve returned home from Florida only a little worse for wear, so here’s another installment of Ask Paul to kick off the weekend.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Surface Pro X can be fixed, Playstation wants to sell Playstations and a few other musings from the venues.
On this edition of the Sams Report, stay for Cortana at the end, but come for the bigger news of the week.
This past week, we were in Orlando for Ignite 2019 and when we were not busy writing posts, here's what was going on behind the scenes.
Microsoft’s stunning---and stunningly expensive---Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 is now available for purchase.
With the quiet death of Daydream View, Google is open-sourcing its earlier Cardboard effort to prop up its VR platform.
Google's Teachable Machine 2.0 makes its ML tool much more powerful than before, allowing users to make AI that can actually be used on a real product.
Microsoft's Surface Pro X is the most repairable Surface device ever, and it's also easier to repair than any of Apple's iPad devices.
Apple fixes problematic bug in iOS 13 that led to apps in the background closing more often than usual as Apple continues to struggle to improve iOS 13 stability.
YouTube embraces bigger thumbnails as part of latest update, introduces new queuing feature on the desktop.
Disney+ is set to launch in the United Kingdom, and some other European markets on March 30, 2020. The catalog, however, will vary by country.
Mikah Sargent joins Mary Jo and Paul to discuss all the news from this week's incredible Ignite 2019 conference.
On this edition of First Ring Daily, we travel home, HoloLens 2 is now available, and did we mention it has been a long week.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates says that Windows Mobile, and not Android, should be the dominant mobile OS today.
Microsoft announced that it is now shipping HoloLens 2 to customers, and it’s coming with some new features, too.