And by “almost ready,” we mean that it’s a year later and the first version will ship without several key features.
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Google is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its Google Books service with a new design on desktop and a few new features.
Chinese technology giant Huawei reported that Q3 revenues jumped 27 percent thanks to stronger than expected smartphone sales.
Microsoft released the first public preview of its coming Project xCloud game streaming service today. Here’s a quick peek.
Adobe is rethinking the Creative Cloud desktop app that moves the app beyond just being an updater for your other Adobe apps.
Twitter brings its iOS app to the Mac using Apple's Cataylst tech on macOS Catalina, and it is just as weird as you'd expect.
Grammarly says that it will expand on its AI-powered digital writing assistant with a new product for businesses of all size.
One of the first things I noticed when I got my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 was that it shipped with an all-in-one Microsoft Office app.
Twitter's latest mistake? It used your phone number and email address to allow advertisers to target ads on your timeline.
Instagram is slightly tweaking the Story creation interface, adding a new Create mode for GIFs and Facebook-like moments.
Microsoft's new parental control features are pretty impressive, and they work across almost all your devices, including your Android phone.
Workplace by Facebook is getting new features, but more importantly: it gained 1 million users in just 7 months.
Opera is the latest browser to add a built-in blocker for web trackers, introducing a new layer of protection that can apparently speed up page loads by roughly 20%.
Microsoft has announced support for a new dark mode for Word, PowerPoint, and Excel on iOS 13.
Instagram now has a native dark mode on its Android and iOS apps, and the interface is absolutely gorgeous.
Own a PlayStation? You'll no longer be able to share your gameplay or connect with friends on Facebook as Sony is getting rid of the Facebook integration.
Instagram is getting rid of the Following tab that was mostly used by people to spy on their friends.
OneDrive for iOS now lets you work on multiple files for viewing and editing at the same time on iPadOS.
Instagram is introducing a dedicated new app called Threads that works a lot like Snapchat.
Facing a formidable new array of competition, Sony announced that it is dropping the price of PlayStation Now dramatically.
Expandable storage on OneDrive is launching today, meaning those with an Office 365 subscription can now expand their 1TB storage in 200GB increments.
Microsoft announced today that its Windows Virtual Desktop solution is now generally available to its business customers.
Microsoft has released the first Beta channel update for the new Edge web browser. It’s based on Chromium 78.
Facebook-owned Oculus is getting new, deep Facebook integrations as Oculus revamps its social platform and plans to build more of its social infrastructure on Facebook's tech.
Microsoft's latest AI-powered feature in PowerPoint gives you real-time tips on your public speaking skills to give the perfect presentation.
With antitrust regulators breathing down its neck, Amazon has extended an olive branch to other makers of digital personal assistants.
The European Court of Justice ruled that the EU’s “right to be forgotten” rule cannot be enforced outside of Europe.