A new report claims that online music streaming grew 32 percent in 2019 to 358 million subscribers. Spotify is the market leader.
On this episode of First Ring Daily Live, Amazon has a game-streaming service, Apple will have a new phone, and we are still stuck in a podcast.
Happy Friday, and Happy April, too. Here’s a lengthy and diverse set of questions to kick off the weekend.
On this edition of the Sams Report, Amazon has a brand-new game streaming service to take on Cloud, Teams for life announced, and a lot more.
The new iPhone SE will provide the same form factor as the iPhone 7 and 8 but will feature modern innards and launch in April.
Google has issued Android 11 Developer Preview 2.1, which includes some fixes and a few minor changes only.
After experiencing many frustrations, I had an interesting breakthrough with UWP, mirroring an earlier and similar success with WPF.
Facebook launches a new standalone Messenger app for Windows and Mac after the company saw more than a 100% increase in calling on desktop browsers over the last month.
Amazon is releasing its first original games in May, along with interactive games that take advantage of Twitch. It's game streaming service is also said to be launching in 2021.
Microsoft says that it has made several “personality improvements” to scrolling in Edge and that some have come to Chromium as well.
There is an interesting dynamic between parenting and the Internet where it can be tough to balance access to information but not letting usage distract from other activities.
Dolby is bringing its app for recording high-quality audio and video from phones to Android, adds support for direct streaming to Twitch on iOS.
Amazon-owned Blink launches new $35 home security camera with free cloud storage till the end of the year. It also supports motion detection and two-way audio.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Vig is a new term, Apple has a different approach finally, and after dinner schedules.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss Microsoft canceling Ignite, all the Microsoft 365 news, Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge, cloud usage, and much more.
Faced with antitrust scrutiny, Apple has taken its first step back from its controversial 30 percent fee on in-app purchases.
Launching a new console with new software at a time when you can’t be in the same room as your fellow employees presents significant challenges.
Apple is extending its Customer Assistance Program for another month to help Apple Card customers skip their payments for the month of April.
Microsoft's Bing search engine is testing a new logo that's influenced by the company's Fluent Design system. It seems to be A/B testing the new logo with a small portion of users.
T-Mobile announced today that it has completed its acqui-merger of Sprint, creating what it calls a “supercharged Un-carrier.”
On this episode of First Ring Daily, PowerToys has a new feature, Paul brings logic to a Windows 10 subscription, and laughs at the end.
It's official: you can now make Microsoft Teams calls right from Slack with its latest integration. Slack is also getting VoIP phone integration for Zoom, Jabber, WebEx, RingCentral, and DialPad.
Microsoft has been asking governments to regulate facial recognition for the past two years. One U.S. state is finally listening.
The inevitable has happened: Microsoft has canceled Ignite and will embrace “digital-first experiences” for the rest of 2020.
Microsoft’s free grammar and spelling checking browser extension is now available on Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
I’ve been writing about Microsoft for over 25 years, and there is nothing more fascinating about this company than its successful transition to the cloud.
PowerToys is an application that Microsoft is building that adds new functionality to Windows. The tool is free to download and reached the 0.16 milestone today.