Microsoft announced today that Office Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) for commercial customers on Windows and macOS.
With less than three weeks to go before its public debut, Microsoft has issued a near-final build of Windows 11 to testers.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, chips are in short supply, Brad orders the abyss, and Inspiration heads towards it.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss Microsoft's hybrid work fail, new Teams features, tons of Windows 11 news, and much more.
In February, Microsoft introduced spare SSDs for Surface Pro 7+ PCs. Now, the firm is offering even more spare parts.
A new pre-release build of Windows 11 is available for testing to users in the Windows Insider Program’s Dev channel.
This week’s Apple event was typical in that it was big on hyperbole, but it was also atypical in that there wasn’t much big news.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Apple announced new hardware, the wrong color cases, and left out some details on watches.
The Microsoft board of directors has approved company president Brad Smith to be its new vice chairman. He will continue as president.
Anyone with a Microsoft account can now remove their password from the account entirely to enable better security.
Predictably, Microsoft won’t meet its overly aggressive schedule for .NET MAUI, its more modern and capable replacement for Xamarin.
Well, it’s not a leap year. Instead, Apple has announced evolutionary updates to its iPhone, Watch, and iPad product lines.
Today, Sonos announced a second-generation version of its Beam soundbar that supports Dolby Atmos and Ultra HD audio.
Microsoft today announced the remaining titles it will deliver via Xbox Game Pass during the second half of September.
A major update to the Xbox app for Windows 10 supports game streaming from an Xbox console or the cloud.
Grammarly is a must-have utility for all web and mobile users, and now it’s going to get even broader support in other apps.
With an eye on a more mobile future, I’ve been experimenting with alternative PC setups for both productivity and entertainment.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, no ARM for you, an iPhone may be true, and here we are, podcasting but not blue.
The South Korea Fair Trade Commission today fined Google $177 million for abusing its dominant market position.
Amazon hadn’t refreshed the UI of its Kindle eBook readers in five years, but the firm has quietly released a major update.
Intuit announced today that it will acquire email marketing firm Mailchimp for about $12 billion in cash and stock.
Microsoft has finally gone on record about whether it will support Windows on Arm on Apple’s M1 Macs. And it’s not good news.
The RIAA said that paid music streaming accounted for over $6 billion in revenues in the first, or about 84 percent of revenues overall.
Mozilla said this week that it has reverse-engineered the horrible new Default Apps interface in Windows 11.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Apple has an event this week, we look at last week, and some buds to talk about.
After experiencing identical audio problems with two different sets of Samsung Galaxy Buds+ earbuds, it is time for me to move on.
Epic is appealing the verdict because it wants Apple branded as a monopolist, which would open it up to federal antitrust regulation.