Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives today introduced several bipartisan bills aimed at curbing and even reversing the power of Big Tech.
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Back in March, Google said that it would move Chrome to a new 4-week release cycle. Today, it explained how and when it will do so.
After a year-long test in which it received nothing but complaints from users, Google has given up on automatic URL shortening in Chrome.
One year after Apple shipped its first M1-based Macs, Microsoft plans to finally update OneDrive to run natively on that hardware.
Vivaldi is launching the next major version of its web browser, which features Vivaldi Translate and betas of Vivaldi Mail, Calendar, and Feed Reader.
Microsoft today announced Scheduler, a new extra-cost Microsoft 365 service that makes it easier to schedule meetings in an organization.
Microsoft announced today that it is adding enhanced voice capabilities in Outlook mobile for iOS. And yes, they’re coming to Outlook on Android soon.
Microsoft announced today that it is renaming Windows Virtual Desktop to Azure Virtual Desktop and is adding new capabilities to the service.
The makers of the world’s most popular web browsers are teaming up to improve the security and usability of browser extensions.
President Joe Biden has signed an executive order banning U.S. investment in 59 Chinese tech firms that have military ties.
The European Union and the United Kingdom have launched separate investigations into whether Facebook illegally abuses its market power.
Today, Microsoft detailed some font rendering improvements that it is making in its Edge web browser in a coming version upgrade.
I assume it’s no surprise that Zoom is still riding its pandemic high, but the firm reported that revenues grew 191 percent in the first quarter.
Microsoft revealed that it is making changes to how sharing works across Microsoft 365 collaboration solutions like Teams, OneDrive, and SharePoint.
Today, Mozilla released Firefox 89, bringing a simpler and fresher new design to the browser on desktop and mobile.
Microsoft is bringing Automatic HTTPS capabilities to its Edge browser starting with version 92, which is available now in preview.
Microsoft warns that the same pro-Russia hackers that carried out the SolarWinds attack last year are now targeting groups critical of Vladimir Putin.
Microsoft has announced the release of Edge 91, the latest version of its web browser, which adds shopping and performance improvements.
Almost two years after it first announced this change, Microsoft has issued a major update to the shared calendars feature in Outlook for Windows.
Microsoft Teams is an extensible platform and so it should come as no surprise that Microsoft is announcing some new developer capabilities at Build 2021.
The Power Platform is a family of solutions helping users and developers create business solutions that integrate functionality data from multiple apps and services.
With Google Photos changing its storage policies in one week, the firm is reminding users about the change and offering some transition help.
Microsoft is adding a Math Solver feature to its Edge web browser that provides solutions to math problems with step-by-step instructions.
Microsoft announced that it will retire the desktop version of Internet Explorer 11 on June 15, 2022, but only on “certain versions” of Windows 10.
It’s the technology that just won’t die, and for good reason: It works. So now Chrome is going to surface RSS feeds on websites to make it easier to follow them.
At Google I/O 2021 today, Google announced the release of Flutter 2.2, the latest release of its open source app development toolkit.
Google has announced several new coming updates to Google Maps that will make the service a lot more useful.