December 7, 1995 was another day that would live in infamy. For Netscape and any other company that got in Microsoft’s way.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, call your cable provider, call the roofers, and call OneDrive support.
Lenovo announced its 8th consecutive quarter of revenue growth, thanks largely to double-digit growth in its PC business.
Google announced this week that it is adding assignable reminders to its Assistant to help families or housemates stay organized.
Microsoft will make improvements to the Read Aloud feature in Edge in the new Chromium-based version of the browser.
Back in June, Microsoft revealed that it would finally offer OneDrive storage tiers above 1 TB, albeit only to paying Office 365 customers.
After a year-long naming competition, OnePlus revealed this week that its fans have absolutely no imagination at all.
While Google has always been pretty transparent about Chrome updates, it’s been less so about Chrome OS. That’s changing.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Bill makes people angry, OnePlus is making a TV, and Edge dev gets a big update.
Microsoft is releasing the first build of version 78 of Edge Dev, and it comes with a ton of new features and fixes, including a number of dark theme improvements.
Instagram is getting a new Effects Gallery section within Instagram Stories where users can explore these new AR effects created by other Instagram using Spark AR.
Twitter says you will be able to follow things like "Travis Scott" or "Apple" to see tweets about those topics directly on the homepage.
Few probably remember this, but Nye was the host of Microsoft’s virtual launch event for Windows Millennium Edition (Me) almost 20 years ago.
Starting with iOS 13, Spotify users will be able to control their Spotify playback with Siri, and even ask Siri to play songs. The integration will work for Apple's HomePod, too.
It's the second Tuesday of the month, which means it's time for Patch Tuesday at Redmond. Microsoft is today releasing a number of new updates for almost all versions of Windows 10 today.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Cortana is fine, Brad's sinus problem is fine, and FastTrack is fine.
Despite the mediocre sales of the first and second-generation Spectacles, Snap isn't giving up with Spectacles. The third-generation of Spectacles takes things a lot further, and it's also really expensive.
The Samsung Galaxy Note+ has achieved the highest-ever DxOMark scores for both selfie and rear-facing smartphone cameras.
Parallels Desktop 15 launches with DirectX 11 support, improved performance, new macOS Catalina features, and more.
The 7th generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon offers the thinnest and lightest design yet and an optional UHD HDR400 display.
After ignoring the Internet threat for years, Bill Gates finally decided to “embrace and extend” the Internet and “exterminate” Netscape.
Spotify is testing a new nearby device feature that lets you switch playback to your favorite device whenever you are nearby.
New report indicates Facebook working on a full-blown dark mode for mobile devices as part of its FB5 redesign.
The Cortana-powered thermostat is no longer a Cortana-powered thermostat. Alexa play Sad Trombone.
WordPress.com owner Automattic has purchased Tumblr off Verizon for an undisclosed amount, plans to continue the controversial ban on adult content.
Google is the latest tech giant to join the passwordless auth systems, with Google services now letting Android users login to their account without a password.