Your national nightmare is over. Microsoft has finally announced the availability of preview versions of the new Edge for Windows 7, 8, and 8.1.
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Two days after the Genius media website accused Google of scraping its song lyric data, the online giant issued a simple retort: We didn’t do it.
Facebook today announced a new Calibra subsidiary that will provide a new cryptocurrency and financial infrastructure called Libra.
Microsoft To-Do is now available as a native Mac app via Apple’s Mac App Store. It is compatible with macOS 10.13 or higher.
After weeks of bold talk, Huawei has finally admitted that the U.S. blacklisting of the firm will have a material impact on its revenues.
Responding to the controversy around a pending change to Chrome, Google this week said it is not killing ad-blockers.
Google has refreshed the look and feel of its Search results page to include Material Design icons next to the category filters.
The next major version of Google Chrome will display an install button when a Progressive Web App (PWA) is available.
Google announced today that it will no longer automatically sync photos between its Drive and Photos services.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced the release of iCloud for Windows 10 in the Microsoft Store. Big deal, right? Well, there is one surprise.
Dropbox shows off a new look for its desktop apps that focus on working better with others.
Microsoft announced today that Apple’s iCloud app is now available in the Microsoft Store for Windows 10.
Mozilla is looking to introduce new premium tiers for existing Firefox features like VPN as it looks to generate more revenue.
Microsoft's new Microsoft To-Do app for Mac is now available for pre-order.
Microsoft is revamping some parts of Microsoft Teams for Education just in time for back-to-school season.
Google announced this morning that it is making the Google Assistant available in Waze, its other navigation app.
Facebook just blocked Huawei from pre-installing WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook on its phones, meaning future devices won't have no way of getting Facebook apps.
Microsoft has started rolling out support for Shared Mailbox to users of Outlook's TestFlight program on iOS.
Instagram now lets you add lyrics to your Stories that play along with your music.
Microsoft has been teasing ARM64 support for the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge, and a build of the browser for ARM64 has finally leaked online.
Mac users who are interested in testing the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge now have a second pre-release channel from which to choose.
Microsoft partners with Nasdaq and Refinitiv to super-power the Stocks data type in excel with real-time stock data.
Microsoft is adding the ability to share your screen during video calls on iPhones and Android devices with Skype.
Mozilla announced today that new users of the Firefox web browser will automatically be protected from all online tracking by default.
Microsoft quietly had an outsized impact on the WWDC 2019 announcements. Not bad for a company that lost in mobile, eh?
No, it’s not just Google. Amazon, Apple, and Facebook are also under scrutiny by the U.S. government now, and each could face sweeping antitrust charges.
After the U.S. House of Representatives informed Apple that it was under investigation, the firm quietly reinstated banned wellness apps for iOS.