We’ve long understood that Windows 10 on ARM would present app compatibility challenges. But it’s worse than I expected.
Google is bringing the ability to send payments to Assistant on the phone in the United States, coming to Home smart speakers in the future.
Microsoft releases the second cumulative update for this month to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update users.
Instagram says new posts will now show up more often in its algorithmic feed as it addresses recent backlash.
To counter the lower cost of the superior Samsung Galaxy S9+, Google has dropped the price of its Pixel 2 XL by $200.
Well, I can say this much already: HP's Envy x2 battery life claims are quite accurate.
Facebook releases its official Video app for watching shows and videos on the network for your Xbox One.
Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the HP Envy x2 delivers about 20 hours of battery life and always-on connectivity.
Microsoft's Immersive Reader is getting updated with a new Picture Dictionary feature, along with other improvements on OneNote, Word, and Outlook.
As you may know, Pocket Casts is my favorite podcast app, and it's on the short list of apps I use every single day.
Google this week is touting its "big bet" on games and its efforts to transform the Play Store into the premier games platform.
Amazon.com this week surpassed Alphabet/Google to become the world's second-largest corporation by market capitalization.
To better understand what works---and what doesn't---with Windows 10 in S mode, it's helpful to examine the apps I regularly use.
The story behind Wunderlist continues to unravel as the founder shares a few details about what is happening behind the scenes of the app.
LinkedIn's attempt at imitating Snapchat is embarrassingly poor.
Windows 10's newest Redstone 4 build comes with improvements to Cortana as Microsoft readies the next major update for the OS.
Google is investing big on the news industry with a new Subscribe with Google program and a $300 million investment.
With a wave of personal technology nostalgia sweeping across a certain demographic, Atari will brand its new console as the VCS.