Google smart speaker sales are growing over three times faster than those from Amazon, closing the gap in this critical market.
Microsoft’s working on its next-gen Hololens and if you look closely, the company has been slowly announcing all the new components in the hardware.
This week, Paul and I were in Chicago and as we have done on all of our trips, we recorded what was going on behind the scenes when we were not writing, podcasting, or sitting at the bar.
This was sort of a short week from a free time perspective, so this is sort of a short Ask Paul as well. Let’s dive in…
Google announced this week that it will remove the green security indicator in its Chrome web browser by the end of 2018.
Why would Microsoft backtrack on its premium PC strategy in 2018 and be planning a new run at the low-end of the market?
Activision formally unveiled the first Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 gameplay today and they appear to be getting it right this time.
Microsoft announced today that it has started rolling out the May Xbox Update, bringing a number of new features to the Xbox One.
For the second time this month, Microsoft has updated Surface Laptop, this time to improve the docking experience.
Think of it as the great rebrandening. Or something. But Google is taking yet another stab at creating a true competitor to Spotify.
Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive Controller will cost $99 when it goes on sale later this year. It's aimed at gamers with limited mobility.
OnePlus announced its latest flagship smartphone today, and as expected, the OnePlus 6 features a near bezel-less display with a notch.
Windows Insiders in the Fast ring and Skip Ahead have a new build, 17672, to install today.
The new Gmail this week picked up native offline support, thanks to its use of Progressive Web App (PWA) technologies.
It is perhaps the most dramatic example yet of Amazon's ability to offer Prime members unique perks.
Microsoft is expanding its use of inline previews in Start search in the next version of Windows 10. Here's a quick peek at how this functionality works.
A credible Bloomberg report claims that Microsoft will deliver a $400 Surface-branded tablet by late 2018.
Microsoft needs to meet---if not exceed---the features of Google One for its own consumer customers. I have a few ideas.