Yes, folks, Andromeda is real. Beyond that, most of what we think we know about this coming platform is pure speculation.
Microsoft Edge still provides better battery life than Google Chrome in Windows 10 version 1803. But the gap is closing.
Acer announced a new lineup of back-to-school PCs and Chromebooks for the fall. Among them is the first 15-inch Chromebook convertible.
Microsoft has delivered an early version of the June Update for Xbox One to Insiders, providing an early peek at some coming new features.
In a bid to help its users avoid noise and nonsense, Instagram said this week that it will finally add a Mute feature.
Twitter announced this week that it has updated its Progressive Web App (PWA) to support night mode, real-time updates, and more.
The Lenovo Flex 6 is an affordable take on the convertible PC, but it offers some nice premium touches, too.
The Galaxy S9+ is a showcase for Samsung's hardware design prowess and it sets a high new bar for competitors to come up short against.
Microsoft announced several coming new features for OneDrive on Monday. But most are business-focused.
Intel found a new derivative of the Spectre security flaw in its chipset. Fortunately, this one isn't as serious from a security perspective.
HMD announced today that it will "aggressively expand its portfolio of Nokia smartphones" in 2018, thanks to new financing.
Huawei's MateBook X Pro is now available for purchase in the United States. I've got one in for review, and it's a stunner.
Acer announced this morning that it is the first to ship notebook PCs preinstalled with Amazon Alexa. It won't be the last.
Microsoft announced that it has purchased Semantic Machines, an AI startup. But this purchase may have a chilling effect on Cortana.
Inspired by a Thurrott.com forum post, I'm revisiting one of the more contentious issues we have with Windows 10.
Google smart speaker sales are growing over three times faster than those from Amazon, closing the gap in this critical market.
Microsoft's working on its next-gen Hololens and if you look closely, the company has been slowly announcing all the new components in the hardware.
This week, Paul and I were in Chicago and as we have done on all of our trips, we recorded what was going on behind the scenes when we were not writing, podcasting, or sitting at the bar.