Amazon released a new version of its Alexa app for Windows 10 that runs in the background and enables hands-free use.
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Microsoft announced that the new Chromium-based Edge web browser will offer Internet Explorer compatibility and other improvements.
The new version of Google Fi for iPhone now supports that platform’s visual voicemail functionality, a significant improvement.
Those using the Premium version of Grammarly now have a new tool that will catch inconsistencies in spelling, punctuation, and formatting.
In a move that appears aimed at appeasing regulators, Google today said it will limit how long it stores your location and activity data.
Hulu announced today that its U.S.-based subscriber base jumped by 40 percent in the past year to 28 million.
Apple posted net income of $11.6 billion on revenues of $58 billion for the most recent quarter. Both are major declines year-over-year.
Facebook today announced that it will soon launch a major refresh of its core social networking service dubbed FB5.
Facebook announced a major overhaul of its Messenger service that focuses on privacy and speed. And it’s coming to Windows and Mac, too.
Microsoft is rebranding Bing Ads and with the move, will also introduce new AI-based products in the near future.
A software developer has identified a simple exploit in the mobile version of Google Chrome that can be used for phishing attacks.
Microsoft’s decision to adopt Chromium as the basis for future versions of its Edge web browser is controversial to some.
Mozilla plans to phase out Firefox for Android this year and replace it with a new mobile browser.
It turns out I’m not the only one who hates the Gmail web interface: The co-founder of Google Inbox does too. So he’s fixing it.
Microsoft, an also-ran in the market for digital personal assistants, has issued a report about digital personal assistants.
Google has ported its Google Fit app to iOS, making the health and fitness tracker available to iPhone users.
The Windows version of Chrome 74 does not include a Dark mode as was originally expected.
Britain has agreed to allow China-based Huawei to participate in the country’s 5G networking infrastructure.
AT&T and Sprint have settled a lawsuit over AT&T’s usage of “5GE” branding that incorrectly labels 4G networks as 5G.
Microsoft announced today that its Edge for Android and iOS will support Single Sign-On (SSO) and conditional access.
The initial releases of the new Microsoft Edge ran only on 64-bit versions of Windows 10.
Microsoft said last night that it is updating the Android version of Edge so that it can sync with the new Edge in Windows 10.
If you’re coming to the new Edge from Google Chrome, you may be surprised by the browser’s integrated Reading View functionality.
I’m not sure when this happened, but Microsoft’s Home Use Program has quietly added support for Office 365 Home and Personal.
An ex-Mozillan has penned a lengthy series of tweets in which he describes Google’s efforts to undercut the Firefox web browser.
Today, the European Union official approved a controversial Copyright Directive that could hobble many big US tech firms in the region.
Like Google Chrome, the new Edge provides a Flags interface that lets you use experimental new features before they’re ready.