Apple's much-awaited AR headset is now expected to arrive in the second half of 2020, will be marketed as an iPhone accessory for mass appeal.
Essential's next phone has a wild, really tall design. And there is a lot to talk about.
Twitter's latest mistake? It used your phone number and email address to allow advertisers to target ads on your timeline.
Instagram is slightly tweaking the Story creation interface, adding a new Create mode for GIFs and Facebook-like moments.
Microsoft is updating Your Phone to let most Android users now answer and dial calls from their PC; there is also a new build of Windows 10 out as well.
Microsoft's new parental control features are pretty impressive, and they work across almost all your devices, including your Android phone.
Workplace by Facebook is getting new features, but more importantly: it gained 1 million users in just 7 months.
Apple began delivering macOS Catalina to all compatible Macs yesterday, but upgraders are already noticing a major problem.
Microsoft announced today that the October 2019 Xbox Update is now available on Xbox One consoles.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Sony talks PS5 specs, Azure has a new backpack, and the right choice is Android.
I’ve temporarily switched over to the Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max, mostly so that I can better evaluate its camera system.
Samsung reported stronger-than-expected sales of its Galaxy Note 10 lineup ahead of the launch of the Galaxy Fold.
In addition to confirming its launch plans, Sony revealed that it will ship a new controller with its PlayStation 5 console
Opera is the latest browser to add a built-in blocker for web trackers, introducing a new layer of protection that can apparently speed up page loads by roughly 20%.
Microsoft has announced support for a new dark mode for Word, PowerPoint, and Excel on iOS 13.
Instagram now has a native dark mode on its Android and iOS apps, and the interface is absolutely gorgeous.
Own a PlayStation? You'll no longer be able to share your gameplay or connect with friends on Facebook as Sony is getting rid of the Facebook integration.
Hulu is finally getting the ability to download content offline. But there is a major catch: it's only available to those with the No Ads plan.
Instagram is getting rid of the Following tab that was mostly used by people to spy on their friends.
And here I was thinking that everyone had gotten the memo on Windows Phone and UWP. I guess not.
With Sun suing to block Microsoft’s extensions to Java, the software giant decided to create a new programming language of its own.
Apple announced today that it is making the latest version of macOS, called Catalina, available to all compatible Macs.
And I mean that literally: Dona Sarkar is moving on to a new role at Microsoft, and hopefully there will be major changes.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Brad has a problem with Apple, Paul has a thought on Duo, and it's a Monday morning podcast.
Amazon has announced a new Fire HD 10, plus new products and services for kids, including Kids Editions of the Fire HD 10 and Kindle.
Too much of the media and fan attention for last week’s Microsoft hardware event is focused on the future.
Spotify has added support for Siri to its iPhone app, and the service will land on Apple TV for the first time later today.