Microsoft Flight Simulator World Update VI provides more detailed scenery in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland, and it’s free.
This week, we announced that long-time Petri contributor Russell Smith is joining BWW as our new Editorial Director.
Microsoft Start is a new personalized news feed that will be available across mobile, web, Windows 10, Windows 11, and Microsoft Edge.
Controversially, Microsoft is making it much harder to change your default browser in Windows 11, but there are even deeper problems.
The Google Pixel 5a is a worthy successor to the Pixel 4a with 5G, and thanks to its lower price and additional features, it’s an even better value.
Remember the slippery slope I first mentioned when Microsoft started adding advertisements to Windows 8? Well, it’s back.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Windows has a lot of movement, Android shows up for the OS, and old beverages are back.
Windows Insiders in the Dev and Beta channels are experiencing massive Start and the Taskbar stability problems in the newest builds.
With summer drawing to a close and a big month coming up for Microsoft, it’s no surprise that this week’s questions are both excellent and timely.
On this episode of the Sams Report, Windows is moving forward, Xbox sits idle, and Brad details more about his move.
You can now (sort of) download the Windows Subsystem for Android, assuming you meet the requirements and enjoy disappointment.
Did you know there are Microsoft relics residing in the Smithsonian Institution and Google Arts & Culture? Come on in and see some of them for yourself!
Microsoft today released Windows 11 and Windows 10 version 21H2 to business customers in commercial preview.
With the Windows Insider moving on to Windows 11 2.0, the Beta channel is stuck with testing some bug fixes.
A new build of Windows 11 released to the Dev channel is for a future version of the platform, not the one that users will get on October 5.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the good, the bad, the ugly, and the uncertain of the Windows 11 launch coming on October 5.
Google has never sold a lot of Pixel smartphones, but it expects the Pixel 6 series to catapult sales to record levels in 2022.
Multiple reports state that Google’s YouTube Music service now has over 50 million paid subscribers.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Surface has an event, Windows Server is out, Apple's app store.
Multiple reports state that the U.S. Department of Justice will announce a new antitrust lawsuit against Google by the end of 2021.
Qualcomm claims that its new aptX Lossless audio format does what was thought impossible: deliver CD-quality sound over Bluetooth.
The dominos keep falling. Thanks to a JFTC ruling, Apple will now allow so-called “reader apps” to have in-app links to the developer’s websites.
Microsoft announced today that it has made Windows Server 2022 available to customers, though sources tell me it’s been available for weeks.
Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah are bringing state IDs and driver’s licenses to Apple Wallet.
I appreciate many Apple and Google products and services, but their stance on mobile app store fees isn’t just wrong, it’s a lie.
Microsoft alerted influencers that it will hold its next Surface event, virtually, on Wednesday, September 22, 2021.
It’s September, so Microsoft has revealed the first Xbox Game Pass titles that will arrive this month across PC, console, and cloud.