Xbox Series X includes a new Quick Resume feature powered by its custom-design SSD that enables gamers to resume games exactly where they left off, even after a reboot.
Facebook is cancelling its annual developer conference, F8, due to concerns over coronavirus. It will instead host local events and live-streamed content.
Spotify is getting a revamped look on mobile devices, starting with iOS, this week. The new update makes it easier to access important features on larger screens.
Google has officially petitioned the U.S. government to allow it to supply its Play Store and apps on Huawei’s Android devices.
While the Xbox Series X will excite those waiting for a new console, the future of Xbox is not hardware, but software.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Paul is going on the road, Xbox is going to be streaming, and Microsoft's earnings are in jeopardy.
Mary Jo, Leo, and Paul discuss Surface Duo, Google v. the new Edge, Windows 10, Azure Sphere, Office 365 and Microsoft 365, and much more.
Samsung has already promised to improve the quality of the Galaxy S20 Ultra camera experience over time. That’s a bad sign.
Google is getting support for five new languages after the company did not add any new languages over the last four years.
Google Earth has so far only worked on Google's Chrome browser, limiting users of other browsers like Microsoft Edge, Firefox, etc. That's changing now, though.
Microsoft today pushed the new Edge web browser to the Release Preview ring of the Windows Insider program.
Microsoft today warned that the Coronavirus outbreak will impact the revenues of its More Personal Computing business segment.
Andrew and Paul discuss the Xbox Series X specs, rumors about Apple using its A-series chips on Mac, Andrew's TV purchase, the Galaxy S20 Ultra, and more.
Google Images will soon get a new feature that will show users more details about pictures at a glance. The company announced that the new feature will be available to some users later this week.
Microsoft is rolling out a new update for OneNote on Android that introduces a new dark mode, as well as a couple of other new features.
Microsoft releases new build of the new Microsoft Edge browser to its dev channel, brings the edge://surf game toe everyone, along with some other new features.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Vampires are talked about, mics are dropped, and OneDrive keeps it solid.
A new leaked video shows off Surface Duo's "Peak" feature that allows users to glance at notifications, teases potential date for the Spring Surface Event.
Continuing its theme of filling in the blanks in Windows, Stardock this week released a new sound scheme manager called SoundPackager 10.
The internet archive is now directly integrated into the Brave Browser, letting users access deleted web pages from the internet archive with a single click.
Google says its new AI-powered scanner for detecting malicious documents is much better at detecting malicious Office documents, with daily detection coverage increasing by 10%.
Valve introduces a revamped Steam Search feature that makes it easier for users to narrow their search down and find exactly what they are looking for, quicker.
Microsoft's new Tracking Prevention feature is now available for those on Android, along with the ability to sync browser data with the new Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft brings the new Fluent Design-inspired look for OneDrive to Android, introduces new dark mode, Recent view, and On This Day feature as part of massive new update.
Microsoft releases the official ISOs for the RTM build of Windows 10 20H1, aka version 2004. A official public release date is still unknown, but you can get an early taste using the ISOs.
Qualcomm reveals the reference design for its XR2 5G platform, offers 2x more CPU and GPU performance than the XR1 reference design, and 11x AI improvement.
It’s a bit early, but Microsoft has already revealed which titles that Xbox Live Gold members will get for free in March.