Google announced today that it will shorten the Chrome release schedule from every six weeks to every four weeks.
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Mary Jo and I joined Microsoft hosts Dona Sarkar and Seth Juarez---and Microsoft CVP of Developer Relations Jeff Sandquist---this week during a special event at Ignite.
Among the new features coming to Microsoft Edge on desktop this month is vertical tabs, which seems ideal for the 16:9 displays that most of us are still stuck with.
Microsoft has published its latest roadmap for OneDrive, and it has a number of new features on the way, including Dark mode support on the web.
Apple has finally figured out how to let its users get out of the one-way, dead-end street that is the Apple ecosystem. At least part of it.
In its initial releases, Flutter allowed developers to create apps that run on both Android and iOS. But now Google is setting its sights higher. Much higher.
Brave announced today that it has acquired the open search engine Tailcat and will integrate it into its desktop and mobile web browsers.
Google today acknowledged that the proliferation of advertising-based tracking on the web has eroded the trust of its users.
Mozilla released Firefox 86 today, adding Total Cookie Protection, improved picture-in-picture capabilities, and a new printing experience.
Microsoft has joined forces with several news publishers in Europe to call on the EU to adopt Australian-style media arbitration laws.
Opera announced today that it is launching in-browser ecommerce functionality with a cashback and payments solution and a standalone wallet app. It’s called Dify.
After quieting all website notifications by default in Edge, Microsoft discovered that many users couldn’t find notification requests anymore.
LastPass has long offered both free and paid versions of its password manager, but the free version is about to get a lot less useful.
Microsoft has quietly ported its unified Office app to the iPad, one year to the week after it was released for the iPhone. What took so long?
Microsoft this week announced the immediate availability of two new Power Apps for Teams, Bulletins and Milestones.
Microsoft Word for Windows is picking up a major improvement to its dark mode implementation: Soon, the writing canvas will be dark as well.
We’ve known since last year that Legacy Edge will exit support on March 9, 2021. But now Microsoft has revealed its plans for removing the browser from Windows 10.
Google revealed this week that it will consolidate its two desktop sync clients into a single solution for all users sometime in 2021.
With the shift to web-based computing, it is perhaps not surprising that hackers are increasingly exploiting web browsers. And there is no browser more popular than Chrome.
Google Fit will add free heart rate and respiratory rate measuring capabilities using sensors that are already built-in to Android smartphones.
At a virtual event today, Microsoft announced a new initiative called Viva, an Employee Experience Platform (EXP) for the new way of doing work.
Microsoft is making sweeping updates to its productivity apps on mobile, including Outlook, Teams, the previously-announced Microsoft Lens.
Microsoft revealed today that it has rebranded Office Lens mobile app to Microsoft Lens and has created a restyled icon.
No code/low code environments like Microsoft’s Power Platform are all the rage these days, so it’s no surprise that Google has one as well.
The Vivaldi web browser is taking a unique approach to management lots of tabs: It’s adding a second row of tabs called Two-Level Tab Stacks.
Microsoft has maintained a feature roadmap for Edge since shortly after its public release last January, but now it's making that roadmap more visible to the public.
At a company-wide all-hands meeting, Microsoft executives touted the success of Teams in education while bemoaning the success of Chromebooks.