Windows 10 isn't the only Microsoft platform getting a major software upgrade this week.
You may have heard about a massive new Wi-Fi security vulnerability. But if you're using Windows, you're all set.
The Fall Creators Update is a fairly substantial upgrade that should offer useful improvements for just about anyone.
In addition to blocking unwanted software, Chrome for Windows can now react more intelligently when such software gets through.
I've long recommended that Microsoft should release its own Android handsets. But you don't need to wait for that.
Lenovo has finally crossed the line with the new ThinkPad X1 Yoga OLED. It's the nicest portable PC I've ever used.
You can now download the Pixel 2 launcher and Camera app, and both work on the original Pixels.
StudioMDHR's Cuphead is a resounding success, having sold over one million units in just two weeks.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 from the Redstone 4 branch and with it comes a couple of new features.
Customers interested in previewing the Xbox One X can now do so at select Microsoft retail locations.
Microsoft this week showed off new aqua-colored and Marimekko design Surface accessories.
No worries if you missed the Windows Developer Day event: You can now watch the video sessions on-demand.
Microsoft this week issued a set of firmware updates for Surface Book and Surface Pro 4.
Google announced today that it will integrate video calling capabilities directly into Android.
Now the Android version of the Microsoft Edge web browser is now publicly available in preview form too
Microsoft's Phil Spencer has complained that Sony will not allow Minecraft cross-platform play to include the PlayStation 4.