On this episode of the Sams Report, Microsoft pushes Windows further, Xbox wants in sooner, and Steam has a new deck.
It’s the Ides of July, or something, so let’s kick off the weekend early again with another great set of reader questions.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Steam has new hardware, Windows has a new version, and Paul should write a book.
Yes, Windows 11 is the new hotness, but Microsoft will still issue another version of Windows 10 this year too.
Anyone looking for a Nintendo Switch-like portable gaming PC will want to check out the Steam Deck, which will cost $400 and up.
Back in March, Microsoft announced that it would move its Edge web browser from a 6-week release cycle to a 4-week release cycle.
The ASUS ExpertBook is billed as the world’s lightest 14-inch business-class laptop, and it makes a strong case with its 1.94-pound curb weight.
Microsoft has released the third official build of Windows 11 and, sure enough, the major build number is unchanged and it brings only a handful of small refinements.
One this episode of First Ring Daily, Windows 365 is here, fees get cut, and Xbox should rebrand.
It’s unclear why I had to wait so long to get the Office Visual Refresh, but it has finally arrived, so here’s a quick peek at the changes it brings.
Mikah Sargent, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss Windows 365 (Cloud PC), more Windows 11 handwringing, and much more.
Citing ongoing component shortages, OnePlus admitted that it won’t be bringing the base model OnePlus 9 Pro to the U.S. or Canada.
Today, Google announced the immediate availability of Android 12 Beta 3, which ships with the final API versions for developers.
Microsoft is branding its Cloud PC service as Windows 365 and will offer it to commercial customers starting in early August.
LG announced today that Amazon Alexa is coming to a wide range of third-party smart TVs that are built on its webOS TV platform.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Stadia makes a big change, Xbox wants more indie games, and Inspire is today.
As part of its virtual Google for Games Developer Summit, Google today announced dramatically better financial terms for game developers.
Microsoft’s Xbox Family Settings app has been updated to support a way to manage how your children spend money on the Xbox service.
Mozilla Firefox 90 supports background updating, HTTPS-only exceptions, Print to PDF improvements, and private browsing improvements.
Microsoft wants to expand its early access program for Xbox and will likely use Cloud Gaming to make it happen.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Android has a new feature, Microsoft acquires the company, and tomorrow is Inspire.
France fined $593 million for ignoring a 2020 ruling that requires the search giant to reach a fair deal with French news sources from which it stole content.
As expected, PC sales growth is slowing dramatically as the global pandemic winds down, with PC makers selling 77.6 million units in Q2 2021.
While it’s not too late for Microsoft to avoid disaster, I feel like it’s going to fall into the same old trap of trying to please everyone with Windows 11.
As part of its Google for Games Developer Summit 2021 event, Google today announced the release of the Android Game Development Kit.
Google’s consumer and commercial customers will soon transition to a new Google Drive sync client for Windows and Mac.