Microsoft has released the companion Edge Insider extension for its new Chromium-based Edge browser ahead of release.
YouTube no longer interested in investing on original shows as the company shifts its focus to gaming, music, and ad-supported content.
Nintendo is working on two new versions of its Switch device as the company looks to offer a cheaper version for casual gamers and more power for avid gamers.
Apple is expected to finally announce its new lineup of services later this evening, and pricing details have already leaked ahead of the announcement.
An early build of the Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge has leaked, giving us our first opportunity to see what Microsoft has been up to.
Don’t get too distracted by Apple’s coming video and news services. The firm’s services ambitions are much, much bigger than that.
Microsoft's new Edge browser that is based on Chromium is right around the corner, here is an early look at the new browser and it's features.
Mozilla has announced a new version of its flagship Firefox web browser that is designed specifically for Apple’s iPad.
Apple promises to aggregate content from multiple video services into a single, cohesive user experience. What does that remind me of?
New screenshots of Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge browser leaks online.
Microsoft is working on a full-fledged graphing mode for the Windows Calculator app in Windows 10.
Microsoft's Clippy also made a return, but the company's brand police apparently stopped all the fun.
Microsoft may not like this term anymore, but with Windows 10 19H1 build 18362 heading to the Slow ring, we now have a Release Candidate (RC).
On this edition of First Ring Daily Live, Apple and Microsoft may be best friends, Intel and compute cards are not friendly, and we had to NYC next week to see friends.
Happy Friday. There are some curiously serendipitous questions in this week’s Ask Paul.
On this edition of the Sams Report, a wrap up of gaming announcements from GDC, Apple's new hardware, and Microsoft ships a virtual desktop.
Two years after it first introduced the credit card-sized PC, Intel confirmed that it has now killed off the Compute Card.
Mary Jo and I spoke with Corel Executive Vice President Gérard Métrailler recently about Windows software development.
Netflix is testing a new mobile-only plan for customers in India as it looks to reach more customers.
After Google, Walmart is reportedly looking into entering the game streaming market.
eBay is adding Google Pay as a payment option along with Apple Pay on its platform.
Facebook stored user passwords in plain text, allowing employees to read user passwords.
Amazon could soon start showing video ads inside search results.
Microsoft revealed a few small details about its upcoming xCloud service and we should be learning a lot more in the near future.
Brad, Mary Jo, and I will be appearing live in New York City on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 for our first-ever discussion about the Health Of Tech, or H.O.T.
Microsoft's Lorraine Bardeen joins Leo, Mary Jo and Paul to discuss HoloLens 2 and Microsoft's in-house MR apps.
Andrew and Paul discuss Google Stadia, and how Google's game streaming service will challenge established players like Microsoft.