On this episode of First Ring Daily, we dive back into the Sonos drama, the ports on the Xbox, and what governments are paying for Windows 7 support.
Opera announced today that about 300 million people use its web browser across both desktop and mobile.
Motorola's new Razr foldable Android phone is now launching next month after getting delayed. Will be available exclusively from Verizon and Walmart.
Anyone with a compatible PC who manually checks Windows Update will now be offered the Windows 10 version 1909 upgrade.
The German government failed to migrate all its PCs to Windows 10 in time, and now it's going to have to pay Microsoft 800,000 euros for extended support.
WhatsApp is finally getting a dark mode, but it is only available to users of the beta version of the app on Android for now.
Two weeks ago, I wrote up the ports that were on the back of the Xbox Series X and today, you get to see them with your own eyes. Images of the hardware, that show the front and the back, have found their way to the Internet.
Google has three new Digital Health Experiment apps that are meant to help you use your phone less.
Valve announced today that all Half-Life games are now free through the March release of the VR spinoff Alyx.
With Sony shutting down PlayStation Vue, it's finally letting in competitors into the PlayStation 4, starting with YouTube TV.
Today, Google said that there were 40 million Chromebooks in use in education worldwide, a jump of 33 percent over last year
Google is now going to give schools at least eight years of support for new Chromebook devices starting this year.
A new report by Gartner claims that the Windows 10 upgrade bump is already over and that PC sales will all again in 2020.
Sonos revealed that it will stop providing software updates for its oldest speakers and accessories, some of which date back 15 years.
Microsoft is adding more than 15 new games to its xCloud video game streaming service, including Destiny 2 and Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
Uber is testing a new system in California where drivers can set their own fares, in response to the state's new gig-economy law.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, a TV may have been ordered, home audio is a long topic, and maybe we get another surprise holiday.
With the end of Windows 7 support last week, I’ve returned somewhat begrudgingly to Windows 10. And you know what? It ain’t all bad.
Timed for the BETT show in London, Acer has announced three new laptops, one a Chromebook and two running Windows.
Apple had dropped plans to allow users to encrypt their iPhone backups on iCloud following complaints from the FBI.
You won't have to wait much longer for Baby Yoda to arrive in Europe: Disney just moved up the launch of Disney+ in several European markets.
It’s time to think about what’s next for .NETpad, a project I had originally hoped to finish up by the end of 2019.
The eleventh chapter discusses how Microsoft's most successful promotion of the Surface hardware was actually an accident.
IKEA’s Symfonik lineup is perfect if you’re considering the Sonos ecosystem but are put off by the high prices of Sonos-branded speakers.
Samsung announces major restructuring of its organisation, introduces new head for its smartphone business ahead of Galaxy S20 launch.
Amazon is working with Visa to test transactions on the company's upcoming payment terminal system that lets you pay with your hand.
Microsoft's Mouse and Keyboard Center app now has native support for ARM devices, along with support for some new peripherals.