Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as Alphabet leaders, handing off their responsibilities to Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
Microsoft today delivered .NET Core 3.1, the latest version of its cross-platform SDK and runtime environment.
Mobile microprocessor giant Qualcomm today announced its Snapdragon 865, which lacks 5G, and 765, which has integrated 5G.
Today, Microsoft outlined the ways in which it is improving its Edge browser’s use of tracking prevention technologies.
Halo: Reach is now available on the PC for the first time as part of Microsoft’s reissuing of Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
Mozilla today announced the availability of Firefox 71, which brings picture-in-picture (PIP) capabilities to Windows.
On this edition of First Ring Daily, Apple has an awards show, Skype stopped sending video, and of course, we talk about home improvement.
Microsoft announced that its Seeing AI mobile app for those with blindness and low vision now supports five new languages.
Google’s December Pixel Security Update fixes several issues on Pixel 4 and brings some Pixel 4 features to older Pixels.
Apple reveals the best apps and games of the year on the App Store. The company held a small event to showcase the top apps and games, but mainly the developers behind these products.
If you live in London you can now pay for your TFL journeys using your iPhone or Apple Watch without needing to verify using Face ID of Touch ID.
T-Mobile's "nationwide" 5G network is launching this week, offering 5G to 200 million people, but there is a small catch.
Spotify's official iOS app now has a built-in timer functionality for songs so you don't have to use the Clock app on iOS to set sleep timers.
Apple's switch to mini-LED displays could start happening as early as Q3 2020, with the company introducing a new iPad Pro and MacBook Pro with min-LED panels.
The conversation about the top smartphone cameras has revolved around Huawei and Google in recent years. But that all changed in 2019.
Here’s one thing the U.S. government might not have considered when it banned Huawei from doing business in the country.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Brad buys a beam, Paul contemplates and order, and the post-holiday podcast is back.
Sony's next-generation dev kit, for the PlayStation 5, has been spotted and it's designed for function, not form.
Facebook's first ever Data Transfer Project tool will let users directly transfer photos and videos to Google Photos, as well as other services.
You didn’t think you were done shopping, did you? Today, Microsoft announced new Cyber Monday deals online and at retail.
I decided to take a look at adding some features that aren’t available in the real app. First up: Theme support.
Nothing says more about Microsoft’s inability to understand consumers than the pointless new features it’s adding to the new Edge.
Google's Stadia Controller will apparently get wireless support for phones, tablets, laptops, and desktops sometime in 2020 after Google only had wireless support for the Chromecast UIltra at launch.
Microsoft's Surface Headphones are selling for cheaper than the AirPods Pro in the United Kingdom and some other markets for Black Friday.
A crazy new report claims Apple is looking into bundling the $159 AirPods for free with the 2020 iPhones, but don't get your hopes up.
Apple's $9.99 a month news subscription service, Apple News+, now offering a 3-month trial period for those in the US and Canada.
Intel says the company sold its smartphone modem business to Apple at a multi-billion dollar loss because of Qualcomm's anti-competitive tactics.