Behold, Android fans. A native, system-wide dark mode is coming with Android Q.
Microsoft is taking steps to extricate its digital personal assistant from Windows 10’s core search functionality.
On this edition of First Ring Daily, we take a trip down memory lane with older phones and Microsoft forgets to open a data center.
Microsoft sends out invites for Mobile World Congress where the company could talk about HoloLens' future.
Apple and Verizon team up to give Verizon Unlimited customers free access to Apple Music in the U.S.
If the past year has proven anything, it’s that smartphone makers need China to thrive. What they don’t need, alas, is the United States.
Google introduces a new Material Design look for Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Sites.
Three more titles are being added to Xbox Game Pass this month.
Following lawsuits against Fortnite for stealing dances, Microsoft quietly removes 2 popular emotes from Forza Horizon 4.
Twitter's Android app is getting the ability to switch to a reverse chronological timeline.
Apple unexpectedly started providing Smart Battery Cases for all of its most recent iPhone models today.
Netflix announced today that it is raising the price of its streaming video service by 13 to 18 Percent in the United States.
DuckDuckGo announced today that it has licensed Apple Maps for its map- and address-related search results on both mobile and desktop.
On this edition of First Ring Daily, Microsoft teams is coming to a drugstore near you, Buildfeed is going away, and audiobooks are coming soon.
Free Windows 10 upgrades and longer PC refresh cycles have forced Microsoft to find other ways to further monetize its users.
Samsung is launching a new low-end Galaxy M series of phones later this month in India.
YouTube makes it easier to discover new videos with new swiping gestures.
Apple was forced to use Intel's 4G LTE chips after Qualcomm refused to sell its 4G LTE chips for the newest iPhones.
You can now support your favorite streamers with actual money, and get some flashy stickers in return.
Android Studio 3.3 ships with no major new features: Instead, this release focuses on “quality fundamentals.”
Google Fi is adding support for Rich Communications Services (RCS) and faster international 4G/LTE speeds.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, you have 52 weeks to leave Windows 7 behind and if that scares you, there may be a problem.
Extended support for Windows 7 ends one year from today, on January 14, 2020. A moment of silence, please.
Ralf Groene has posted an image of an early Surface Book prototype that was used to test the muscle wire connection.
Will Windows 7’s retirement result in a new wave of Windows 10 PC upgrades? Perhaps. But there’s much evidence to the contrary.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the third Windows Weekly giveaway. Here is the list of the winners.
Apple's AirPower might go on sale soon after all.