On this episode of First Ring Daily, Paint is saved, Windows 10 too, and we look at a map.
For the first time, OnePlus will launch two new smartphones at the same time, if not in the same place.
Now that most of the major issues with Windows 10 have been resolved, we can focus on some of the less serious problems.
AT&T and Sprint have settled a lawsuit over AT&T’s usage of “5GE” branding that incorrectly labels 4G networks as 5G.
There has always been a lot to like about Windows 10. But the nagging issues we’ve had are all suddenly falling by the wayside.
Microsoft is reversing course and will keep Paint as a part of the basic install of Windows 10.
Microsoft announced today that its Edge for Android and iOS will support Single Sign-On (SSO) and conditional access.
Citing multiple sources, Mary Jo Foley reports that Microsoft has quietly canceled plans to add Sets to Windows 10.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Paul is at the memorial, Brad wrote about the Fold, and Sets is here and there.
Samsung is expected to delay the release of the Galaxy Fold by at least a month after its early devices experienced a high failure rate.
Looking to get a great deal on a Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL? Well, today’s the day, but there are some important caveats.
HP’s business-class Chromebook x360 14 targets the modern workplace with its premium design and versatile form factor.
Andrew and Paul discuss Samsung's Galaxy Fold problems, Surface earbuds, Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, and much more.
It was the tweet heard ‘round the (Microsoft) world: Sets are “no more.” Except for one thing. They’re still “on the to-do list.”
Apple looks to bring Shortcuts, Screen Time, iMessage effects to the Mac with macOS 10.15, according to a new report.
On this live edition of First Ring Daily, Edge gets bigger, bugs get fixed, and a few other gems in the woods.
Happy Friday! Here’s another round of questions, this time surprisingly diverse, to kick off the weekend.
Microsoft's new Surface Hub is here, Halo is coming at E3, and Facebook is still not a good company.
That’s earlier than usual, but the release is tied to a call for developers to start targeting this new version.
The initial releases of the new Microsoft Edge ran only on 64-bit versions of Windows 10.
Microsoft quietly changed a 2018 blog post about Windows Phone and Windows 8/8.1 Store app expirations to address an oversight.
Amazon today announced that its Alexa customers now have access to a free, ad-supported version of Amazon Music.
Google announced a free, ad-supported version of YouTube Music to all users of Google Home and other Google-powered speakers.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Samsung has a folding problem, Android has a ballot solution, and Edge syncs some more.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the Surface Hub 2S, a blockbuster week of Xbox news, the new Edge, and much more.
Hell has frozen over: Google’s popular YouTube service is coming back to Amazon Fire TV in the coming months.
Microsoft said last night that it is updating the Android version of Edge so that it can sync with the new Edge in Windows 10.