Emboldened by the “techlash,” some smaller tech firms went public with the abuses they’ve suffered at the hands of Big Tech.
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Microsoft has finally released a pre-release version of its new Edge browser that works natively in Windows 10 on ARM.
Today, Microsoft is making the first non-beta version of the new Edge browser available on Windows and Mac.
Microsoft confirmed today that it will support Edge on Windows 7 for the same 18 month+ timeframe as will Google with Chrome.
A report in The Guardian claims that Skype and Cortana audio was accessed by workers in China with “no security measures.”
Mozilla's release of Firefox 72 this week was somewhat dampened by the fact that it includes a patch for a 0-day vulnerability in the browser.
Google has announced the results of its EU search choice screen auction for Android. And Bing came in dead last.
Chrome 80---and, presumably, all Chromium-based browsers---will display much less annoying site notifications.
Apple today said that its Services business grew dramatically in 2019, but it offered little in the way of hard numbers.
The Surface PCs have been shipped and (most of) the product keys have been emailed. Here’s a list of this year’s winners.
Samsung announced today that it sold nearly 7 million 5G-capable Galaxy smartphones in 2019, an impressive figure.
Huawei’s two biggest businesses grew at a healthy clip in 2019 despite a U.S. blacklisting, but the firm warned of a “difficult” 2020.
Vivaldi is another great web browser that should be part of the conversation about the move away from Google Chrome.
Thanks to Chris Capossela, we are giving away some Microsoft hardware devices and software. Here's round two, for 10 Office 365 Home product keys.
Google announced this week that it has improved the offline translation capabilities of its Translate mobile app.
A Microsoft support document explains how you’ll be able to run the old Edge and the new Edge together if you want.
Facebook is working on its own OS, and original Windows NT team member Mark Lucovsky is leading the charge.
Microsoft CMO Chris Capossela has once again graciously donated some great hardware and software for us to give away.
Facebook continues to invest on its gaming business, acquires Spanish cloud video gaming company PlayGiga for 70 million euros.
Twitter is finally fixing the interface for its iPad app, introducing a new multi-column layout that makes use of the screen real estate on devices like the iPad Pro.
Adobe is bringing one of its core photography apps to the Microsoft Store in Windows 10. The company seems to have quietly released Adobe Lightroom on the Microsoft Store this week.
Microsoft is bringing Bing's Visual Search feature to more places in Windows 10 -- it's now integrated into the Search bar in Windows.
A Google Chrome for Android bug from last week almost deleted users' data, but Google has now fixed the issue without deleting user data.
Instagram continues adding new Stories mode, it's now introducing a new mode for sharing multiple photos on Stories.
Microsoft can’t get rid of the “legacy” version of its Edge browser quickly enough. It’s like it never happened.
With the new Microsoft Edge browser set to launch on January 15, Microsoft details how it plans to deliver the new browser and migrate users from the older Edge.
Microsoft starts letting developers submit extensions for the new Microsoft Edge Addons store as it stops taking in new extensions for the older Edge.