Laurent is the Senior News Editor at Thurrott.com and the Editorial Manager at Petri.com. He's been covering the tech industry for many years and he loves to write about desktop and mobile apps, operating systems, and gaming.
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Recent September, 2022 Stories
Spotify has just made 300,000 audiobooks available for purchase in the US, and the company says it's just the beginning.
Amazon unveiled today its four new models of its Fire HD 8, the company’s best-selling Android-based tablet which now comes with a 30% faster processor.
If Microsoft's Surface Pro 9 is expected to come with both Intel and Qualcomm CPUs this year, the Surface Laptop 5 could drop the previous AMD option.
Microsoft confirmed yesterday that Windows 10 version 22H2 will be released in October, though details about new features are still missing.
The much-anticipated File Explorer tabs will start rolling out to Windows 11 users in October alongside other new features.
The Amazon App Store on Windows 11 will soon expand to 31 new countries and welcome 20,000 new Android apps.
Windows 11 version 22H2 will make feature and monthly updates smaller and carbon-aware.
Windows 11 version 22H2, also known as the Windows 11 2022 Update, is available to download today on eligible devices.
Nvidia unveiled today the first next-gen GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs that will support the company's new DLSS 3 technology.
Microsoft has made some changes to how DRM work on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles to make more games playable while offline.
Apple will be raising the price of apps and in app-purchases in Europe and a couple of other markets on October 5.
Deathloop, Valheim, Slime Rancher 2, and more are coming to the Xbox Game Pass library in September.
Sony is reportedly planning to launch a new PlayStation 5 model with a detachable disc drive next year.
Apple making the iPhone 14 rear glass panel easier to remove make it “the most repairable iPhone in years,” according to iFixit
Some iPhone 4 Pro are encountering issues when using the camera in apps like Snapchat and Instagram, including strange rattling noises.
A hacker published 90 in-development gameplay videos of GTA VI yesterday and claimed to be trying to "negotiate a deal" with developer Rockstar Games.
Intel announced today that its Celeron and Pentium brands for entry-levels PCs will soon be replaced by a new "Intel Processor" brand.
YouTube has apparently started showing up to 10 unskippable ads in a row to some free users.
Microsoft has responded to Sony after the company welcomed the UK's CMA decision to further investigate its Activision Blizzard deal.
Adobe has entered into an agreement to acquire Figma, a popular collaborative design tool, for $20 billion in cash and stock.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey is coming to Xbox Game Pass today, and it will be joined by the former PS5 console exclusive Deathloop next week.
Zoom is reportedly working on new email and calendar apps to better compete with Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace.
Microsoft's Xbox app for PC now integrates with HowLongToBeat, and it's also faster and more reliable than before.
The Windows 11 Insider build 25201 brings an expanded view for the Widgets board as well as improvements for the new Game Pass widget.
Apple could be the first company to use TSMC’s new 3nm process for its future A17 and M3 chips for iPhones and Macs
Microsoft has released today the September Patch Tuesday updates for Windows 11 and Windows 10.
A remastered version of the cult-classic GoldenEye 007 game is coming soon to Xbox, Xbox Game Pass, and Nintendo Switch.