Apple reportedly launching new MacBook Air and Mac Mini later this year, along with three new iPhones, Apple Watches, and iPad Pros.
Alienware is wasting no time with the new Nvidia RTX GPUs.
NVIDIA has announced that latest addition to their GPU lineup, the 20xx series, and with a hefty price tag comes significantly improved performance.
With the move to edge-to-edge displays in modern devices, Google has rethought Android system navigation yet again.
On today's episode of First Ring Daily, there are new graphics cards coming soon, a new vertical mouse on the horizon, and Google delivers the Microsoft promise.
Dark Sky gets major redesign, new features on Android and iOS.
Logitech has a new MX mouse, and it looks really weird.
Fitbit announced its latest fitness tracker, the Charge 3, today, adding a more premium design, even better battery life, and more.
Microsoft Education launches Microsoft: Education Edition for the iPad.
It's the holy grail of wireless carriers: A service that resells bandwidth on one or more major carriers and does so at rock-bottom prices.
Microsoft's Remix3D website has been down for several days and no one at the company has noticed.
WhatsApp teams up with Google to stop chat backups from eating into users' Google Drive storage.
Samsung is making a new version of its $499 Windows Mixed Reality headset to be more comfortable to use.
Twitter's Windows 10 app gets support for Windows Timeline, video uploads, threads, more.
Microsoft planning major upgrade for Sticky Notes on Windows 10, with new Android and iOS apps coming this year too.
Anyone still pining away for Windows phone needs to pay attention to how Google is evolving Android with AI capabilities.
The next OnePlus flagship smartphone will launch on T-Mobile here in the U.S. in addition to its normal global launch.
Redstone 5 development is winding down and today's Insider Preview build is the third in a row to not include any new features.
On today's episode of First Ring Daily, we dive into Windows 10 adoption and Google's calamities.
After a jet-lagged week at home, here's another set of reader questions to usher in the weekend.
On this edition of The Sams Report, Skype goes private, Gmail adds some security, and Google screws up big time with protecting your location.
While Google's plans for new Pixel phones and Pixelbook Chromebooks have leaked repeatedly, this one, I think, is new.
Just days after an explosive report claimed that Google was collecting location data when disabled by the user, the online giant has admitted to the behavior.
The latest version of Opera for desktop offers an easier way to install Chrome extensions, improved settings and security, and more.
Gmail now lets you protect sensitive information in your emails on mobile devices.
Microsoft releases new Insider build for Windows 10 19H1 to Insiders in Skip Ahead.
On today's episode of First Ring Daily, Paul finds a new mic, Brad has Intel, and Paul looks at Qualcomm.