Moving a tad more decisively than Microsoft, Google has announced Tasks for Android and iOS and updated its Tasks interface on the web.
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Opera today announced a new version of its PC-based web browser, plus a new mobile browser called Opera Touch.
Google is planning a Material Design 2 overhaul for the UI of its desktop web browser starting with Chrome version 68.
Microsoft is bringing advanced options for sharing on OneDrive's mobile apps.
To date, Google's podcast strategy has amounted to adding podcast support to Google Play Music. That's changing.
Bill Gates once remarked that Windows was the most versatile software that the world had ever seen. Nope.
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In a nice example of the scalability of Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), the Windows 10 version of the Twitter app now lets you pin users to the Start menu.
Amazon announced this week that it is opening up Alexa skills creation to non-programmers via a new tool called Alexa Skill Blueprints.
Happy Friday, everyone. Here's another round of Q&A to jump-start the weekend.
Most of the privacy reporting these days is focused on Google and Facebook because these firms maximize their earnings by knowing more about you.
The normally secretive Amazon has finally detailed a key metric of its success: It now has over 100 million Prime subscribers.
Activision announced this week that it has released a beta set of Call of Duty skills for Amazon Alexa.