On this episode of First Ring Daily, Apple has a new App problem, Google lowers the Pixel, and pink will always be fun.
The Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL remind me of a similar Nokia effort, the Lumia 830. Let's take a look back.
The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled that iPhone users could sue Apple for antitrust violations related to the iPhone App Store.
Google is allowing users to auto-delete web and app activity from their Google accounts on a schedule. Here's how.
You can now write software on Chrome OS. Including, apparently, Android apps made with Flutter and Android Studio.
A few Reddit posts claiming that Google’s Digital Wellbeing is slowing down the firm’s smartphones have gained some traction.
I’ve ordered a Google Pixel 3a XL to compare it to the much more expensive Pixel 3 XL. Here are a few thoughts ahead of its arrival.
And as part of a recent reorganization, we also have a better understanding now about how the firm will evolve Windows moving forward.
On this live edition of First Ring Daily, we dive into the future of UWP, the outcomes of IO, and the wrap-up of Build.
Happy Friday! And welcome to the post-Build hangover edition of Ask Paul.
Microsoft's Build conference was this week where the company talked about the future of productivity and a little bit more about its gaming plans.
18 months after it promised this functionality, Sonos will finally bring Google Assistant compatibility to its entry-level smart speakers.
Microsoft announced that Xbox Insiders in Preview Beta can join and test Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for the first time.
In October 2017, I spoke with Microsoft’s Jeff Burtoft and Aaron Gustafson about the company’s plans to bring PWAs to Windows 10.
Facebook co-founder---and former Mark Zuckerberg college roommate---Chris Hughes has called for a breakup of the social media giant.
Google this week said that adoption of the latest Android version has skyrocketed compared to the previous version.
A new Bloomberg reports says that Google Play Music and YouTube Music combined just surpassed the 15 million user mark.
Live from Build 2019 in Seattle, it's Windows Weekly with Leo, Mary Jo, Paul, Brad, and Richard.
With this week’s news that Microsoft is rebooting PowerToys, I thought it would be fun to take a trip back in time.
As I predicted, Microsoft is effectively killing UWP by ensuring that all its capabilities are available to once-legacy app development platforms.
No, there are no tabs, but the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build brings File Explorer improvements.
Microsoft’s Fluid Framework promises a people-centric computing model that could mark the death of apps as we now know them.
Microsoft is rebooting the PowerToys, a set of system utilities that debuted alongside Windows 95, as open source projects on GitHub.
Chrome OS and the Chromebooks on which it runs are now sophisticated enough for web and Android developers, Google says.
Google had previously announced plans to bring Flutter, its cross-platform mobile development framework, to the web.
I’m plenty-busy here in Seattle for Microsoft Build, but I wanted to at least provide a quick rundown of today’s Google I/O announcements
Coincidental with the first day of its I/O conference today, Google launched Android Q Beta 3, adding a new system-wide dark theme and more.