Apple is looking to build the next-generation of Windows media apps for its services as the company pushes to get Apple TV+ on the Xbox.
Microsoft releases yet another build of Windows 10 20H1, but there is barely anything to be excited about.
Facebook makes the switch to Visual Studio Code as the IDE of choice at the company, announces new partnership with Microsoft to improve VSCode's functionality.
Apple is rebranding its WWDC as Apple Developer, with new functionality and the ability to get a developer account from your phone.
Mixer now lets streamers quality control clips from their streams, only allowing certain viewers to create clips from their streams.
Spotify keeps pushing podcasts on the app, introduces a new daily algorithmically generated playlist to provide personalised podcast recommendations.
Windows 10 version 1909 is, by all accounts, a very minor update. But there is one major change, at least for Windows 10 Home users.
Qualcomm today said that it expects 5G handset sales to grow from 450 million units in 2021 to 750 million units in 2022.
Google launched Stadia, its troubled game streaming service, today with a small library of games, missing features, and many complaints.
The Fire TV Blaster is a Fire TV and Echo device add-on that brings Alexa capabilities to existing TVs and other entertainment devices.
Google today announced a feature called “Your News Update” for its Assistant-powered smart speakers and smartphones.
On this edition of First Ring Daily, Apple will help itself be Apple, the light has changed, and it's Stadia launch day.
Microsoft announced today that Teams now has over 20 million active users, a sharp rise from 13 million in July.
Amazon Music customers without a Prime membership can now access a free, ad-supported selection of content on mobile.
Apple sends out press invite for a new December event to highlight the best apps and games of the year, no new products expected.
In the wake of the release of Windows 10 version 1909, Microsoft has made the Setup ISO available for download.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Cortana says goodbye, Stadia says hello, and Brad Vila is on the job.
The teardown experts at iFixIt have exposed Apple’s marketing as nothing more than a lie. What’s old is new again.
Google announces 10 new games for the day one launch line-up for Stadia as the company tries to tackle criticism over broken promises.
Microsoft is shutting down the Cortana mobile apps in some countries as the company focuses on new productivity-focused strategy for the personal assistant.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear Google’s appeal in the Oracle court case concerning its use of Java.
Windows Search's indexer now adapts automatically to your computer health so it doesn't throttle everything else you are trying to do after Insiders complained of excessive disk usage.
On this live edition of First Ring Daily, Microsoft hosted its XO Livestream this week, Paul is outside the house, and Google heads to the Xbox.
Google News is getting a new feature that will highlight in-depth stories, so long-form journalism doesn't get buried within the fast daily news cycle.
Happy Friday! We’re on the eve of another Black Friday holiday shopping event, so let’s get the weekend off to a good start.
Apple is removing all 181 vaping-related apps from the App Store, citing health concerns, after the company stopped accepting new vaping-related apps since June.
New data from Canalys claims that Google smart speaker sales plummeted 40 percent year-over-year. What’s happening?