Google announced today that its Googe Home digital personal assistant appliance now supports multiple users, answering one of my key complaints. I believe it is the first such device to offer this support.
In a move that should please its enterprise customers, Microsoft revealed today that it will align the development schedules of its core business products, Windows and Office 365.
My Samsung Galaxy S8+ arrived this morning, and it's going to take quite a while to get up and running with this new handset. But first impressions matter. And the Galaxy S8+ is stunning.
A credible report in The Wall Street Journal claims that Google will add native ad-blocking capabilities to its flagship Chrome web browser in 2017. But this isn't as exciting as it sounds.
Creators who are getting tired of waiting on Microsoft to revise its Surface Pro lineup will have an interesting new alternative to consider starting tomorrow: That's when Samsung begins launching its Galaxy Book.
Microsoft issued a single driver update for Surface Studio last night. And while that may not seem all that exciting, it adds "Wake on Voice" capabilities to the PC workstation.
On quick inspection, the Moto G5 Plus looks like a solid handset, with a nice metal body, a crisp and clear 5.2-inch screen, and some quirky and unique Motorola flourishes.
The "Redstone 3" train has left the station, and it's picking up speed: For the third time in less than two weeks, Microsoft has released an Insider Preview build for "Redstone 3," the next major version of Windows 10.
Microsoft's new note taking application, To Do, has quietly launched and you can download all the apps today for nearly every platform.
Microsoft revealed today that an erstwhile Windows 10 feature called Power Throttling is making a comeback and will ship in Redstone 3.
Microsoft announced today that Groups is starting to rollout via Outlook on Mac, iOS, and Android. This feature is already available on Windows and the web.
Charles Simonyi, the creator of the world's first WYSIWYG word processor and the "Hungarian notation" style of writing programming code, is returning to Microsoft.
I previously wrote about the best improvements in the Windows 10 Creators Update. Here, I'd like to focus on the big new features you can---and will---ignore.
Developers interested in learning how they can bring their classic desktop applications forward to the Windows Store now have a great new resource.
In a somewhat unexpected move, Intel today "retired" its Intel Developer Forum (IDF) conference.
Microsoft announced today that it will sell a standalone version of Halo Wars: Definitive Edition on Xbox One, Windows 10, and Steam beginning on April 20.