On this episode of First Ring Daily, Paul has serious buyers remorse, Brad laughs at Paul, and Qualcomm has a sneaky trick up its sleeve.
Qualcomm is allegedly working on an ARM version of the Google Chrome web browser for Windows 10 on ARM.
Microsoft revealed today that it is celebrating Halloween early by adding several new horror titles to Xbox Game Pass.
Google seems incapable of shipping reliable handsets. And I'm tired of being victimized by this.
It's not another Pixelgate, not yet. But Google's latest handsets suffer from some serious reliability issues.
The Acer Chromebook Spin 13 brings the manageability, security, and simplicity of Chrome OS to a new class of user.
On this edition of First Ring Daily Live, Google has a new fee, Hololens has a new date, and Ireland was yesterday.
In a very special episode of Windows Weekly, Mary Jo and I are live in Dublin! We discuss Paul Allen, Windows 10 version 1809, and much more.
A massive performance hit is the most noticeable side-effect of the Spectre fixes that Microsoft has had to release this year.
Google will comply with the demands of EU antitrust regulators by making Android more expensive. Now we know how much more expensive.
As expected, regulators from the European Union have approved Microsoft's $7.5 billion acquisition of GitHub.
Valve's biggest game titles are now available in Xbox 360 Backward Compatibility and have been enhanced for Xbox One X.
Gmail Add-ons now support Compose Actions that expose third-party functionality when you're writing an email message.
On this edition of The Sams Report, Andromeda gets pumped up, Sydney gets pushed back, and Pro 6 hits the ground running.
Not sure whether I could handle the notch on the larger handset, I ordered both a Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL to see which I prefer.
Microsoft is rolling out a number of improvements for OneNote across platforms this month.
Microsoft's new Surface devices aren't any easier to repair than their predecessors.
Android's App Bundle format is getting even more efficient.
Spotify introduces numerous improvements to its premium service to offer a more personalized experience.
Meeting your friends in a new area just got much easier.
Amazon's Alexa has a new Whisper Mode that will keep things quiet.
Microsoft's next big HoloLens upgrade now expected to arrive in Q2 2019.
Apple is hosting their next event on 10/30 but it's not on their own campus and instead, they are headed to NYC.
Samsung has announced a new PC that uses Microsoft's Windows on ARM operating system and this device is targeting the Surface crowd.
More bad news for Essential: The struggling smartphone maker has laid off about 30 percent of its workforce.
Microsoft will finally let you uninstall apps like Groove Music, Paint 3D, and more in Windows 10.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Google finds a way to pay for its fine and Google also is moving further down the PWA rabbit hole.