IBM announced today that it has closed its $34 billion acquisition of commercial open source pioneer Red Hat.
Netflix is working with Cuphead creator Studio MDHR to turn its iconic game into a Netflix Originals show.
Google and Amazon finally squash their problems, introduce YouTube for Amazon Fire TV devices and Prime Video for Chromecast, Android TV.
Microsoft has been cheapening its flagship Windows platform with advertising for many years. It's trying the same tactic now on Android, too.
Apple is launching a new, cheaper MacBook Air, and bringing the Touch Bar, and Touch ID to the entry-level MacBook Pro.
The Google Store is hosting a summer sale with huge savings on Pixel 3/3XL, Google Nest Hub, Google Home Mini, and more.
Microsoft is teaming up with Liberty London for some really unique, limited-edition skins for Surface devices ahead of the launch of its first UK store.
Microsoft denies report that said it's planning to move Xbox production out of China following the U.S. vs China trade battle.
Instagram is doubling down on protecting its users, introduces new shadow ban feature that lets you restrict a user without notifying them.
Google says users will continue to be able to play games even if a publisher stops supporting the platform. There is still a small catch, though.
Spotify officially launches Spotify Lite, a new lightweight version of its Android app meant to work on unreliable networks and almost all Android devices.
Apple today released new beta versions of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 for both developers and its public beta testers.
OnePlus is starting to roll out OxygenOS 9.5.9 to the OnePlus 7 Pro, adding more camera and touch sensitivity improvements to its new flagship.
Today, Microsoft released the July 2019 Xbox Update, bringing new Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Skill for Alexa functionality to its consoles.
Microsoft's new Stranger Things promotion is here, and it's all about nostalgia. Spoiler alert: if you aren't a fan of Stranger Things, don't get your hopes up.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, USA wins number four, partners are not happy with Microsoft, and getting started with Longhorn.
Google is reportedly looking at creating a fourth U.S. wireless carrier with Dish Network in the wake of an expected Sprint/T-Mobile merger.
As a young technology enthusiast, I despised Microsoft and its inability to innovate. And then something happened.
Apple is testing a much easier login system for iCloud for its new iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and macOS Catalina releases.
Steve Jobs was a magical asshole, and Bill Gates created a terrible Microsoft culture that he now regrets. Someone’s been reading Thurrott.com.
Visual Basic was instantly popular and its ease of use and suitability for application development helped drive Windows to new levels of market acceptance.
Visual Basic was the right tool at the right time, and it was everything that Windows API development was not: Easy, visual, and fun.
Last week, Microsoft began mysteriously teasing the first version of Windows on Twitter. Now we know why. It’s just a TV show tie-in.
Apple is reportedly working on a new scissor switch design for the 2019 MacBook Air and moving away from the infamous butterfly keyboard design.
Google's working on a new version of the Pixel camera app that replaces Panorama with the Night Sight feature.
After months of beta testing, Microsoft is rolling out the new Outlook.com experience to all organizations later this month.
Microsoft's made its own version of Animoji for SwiftKey, and it works without needing a depth camera.