Microsoft has carried out a small round of layoffs worldwide this week, with the Windows and Devices Group been hit the hardest.
Cortana now launches 20% faster with the latest update on the iPhone.
Android 8.1 has a neat little feature that indicates the speed of public Wi-Fi networks before you try to connect.
Microsoft is rolling out a new File Restore feature for OneDrive for Business users that lets users keep track of all their files on OneDrive and restore them at any time.
Last year, I argued that Microsoft can't afford to lose the education market. Has the software giant made any progress since then?
Microsoft announces new updates to Microsoft Education, including a new Chemistry update for Minecraft: Education Edition, new MR content for Windows Mixed Reality, and cheap new Windows 10 2-in-1s.
Google is apparently launching audiobook support through its Google Play Books app. For some reason.
The word "courage" is often bandied about too easily these days. This is a great example of that.
Windows Insider Preview releases to the Slow ring are few and far between, but this one is particularly notable.
At just a bit over $200, a Windows Mixed Reality headset is pretty close to "no-brainer" territory.
I've written a lot about Progressive Web Apps being the future of apps in Windows 10. But, the truth is, I'm underselling it.
The NPD Group has published some interesting data about the performance of the video game industry in 2017.
A major new release of Office 2016 for Mac aligns the product with the versions on Windows, Android, and iOS.
Microsoft's crazy new artificial intelligence system can apparently draw images based on your description.
Google has been working on a new OS called Fuchsia for months now, and it's finally starting to take shape.
Your old iPhone will no longer be slow with the upcoming iOS update that lets you disable intentional slowdowns, at least according to Apple.
Nintendo's next big hit is not a VR headset, or 4K games. It's a cardboard that costs $69.99 and looks WAY more fun than VR and 4K combined.
Apple this week announced that it will repatriate almost $252 billion in cash that it holds abroad.