Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss Windows 10 version 21H1, Intel vs. M1, Microsoft Edge adaptive notifications, the new Office app for iPad, and much more.
Google announced today that Apple TV+ is available on Chromecast with Google TV and will come to more Google TV devices in the near future.
I want to write about our recent vinyl purchases, but it occurred to me that there is a lifetime of music listening to discuss first. Here goes nothing.
The Xbox team has announced today that Fall Guys will be coming to Xbox this Summer but it will not be part of Game Pass – at least not yet.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Microsoft details 21H1, we talk about 1000, and Paul was not quite ready.
Microsoft today formally announced Windows 10 version 21H1, and it released the first pre-release build to the Beta channel of the Windows Insider program.
A new Xbox Series X|S feature called FPS Boost will improve the experience of playing some Backward Compatible games on the new consoles, Microsoft says.
After threatening to pull Search from Australia because of a proposed new law requiring it to pay for news, Google has started paying up.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Microsoft has a new set of cans, LastPass makes a reasonable change, and Epic is in the EU courts.
Opera announced today that it is launching in-browser ecommerce functionality with a cashback and payments solution and a standalone wallet app. It’s called Dify.
Epic is stepping up its legal battle against Apple’s anticompetitive business practices this week by filing an antitrust complaint with the EU.
After quieting all website notifications by default in Edge, Microsoft discovered that many users couldn’t find notification requests anymore.
LastPass has long offered both free and paid versions of its password manager, but the free version is about to get a lot less useful.
Microsoft has released World Update 3 for Flight Simulator, bringing enhanced visuals scenery, airports, and activities to the UK and Ireland. For free.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Paul tries an eGPU, Brad has snow, and Intel lands a new CEO.
Microsoft today announced that it will soon sell an Xbox Wireless Headset, and unlike its Surface Headphones, it will be reasonably priced at $99.99.
Samsung announced today that customers can now preorder its Galaxy Chromebook 2, with prices starting at $550.
Microsoft will add several new titles to its Xbox Game Pass subscriptions over the next two weeks. And it's adding touch controls to more xCloud games too.
Microsoft has quietly ported its unified Office app to the iPad, one year to the week after it was released for the iPhone. What took so long?
Thanks to a confusing strategy change in 2020 and ongoing terrible communications from the Windows Insider team, we’re all wondering what’s going on.
OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei recently started a new firm called Nothing. And Nothing has acquired the rotting husk of Essential for reasons that are unclear.
Intel announced that Pat Gelsinger has assumed the role of company CEO in keeping with the previously-announced schedule.
This past week, I’ve experimented with using a wide range of hardware devices with the Razer Book 13 and Apple’s M1-based MacBook Pro.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Brad hurts a bone, Paul has a Mac update, and we forgot it's a holiday.
Last summer, we learned that Google was working on a Your Phone-like app for Chrome OS called Phone Hub. Now it’s ready for public testing.
Microsoft's Cloud Gaming service for the browser moves closer to release with an expanded beta test.
A new Google proposal would see its upcoming Fuchsia platform “natively” run Android and Linux apps using a translation layer called Starnix.