Google announced the availability of the second Developer Preview release for Android 12 today, adding more new features and changes to test.
Microsoft announced the general availability of PowerPoint Presenter Coach across all supported platforms: Web, Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.
Intel is finally stepping up its campaign against Apple Silicon with a new series of ads promoting PCs that star Justin Long of “I’m a Mac” fame.
As part of its launch of new A-series mid-tier smartphones today, Samsung said that it may not launch a new Note this year because of semiconductor shortages.
After a delay of three months, the day has finally arrived: Over 60 EA Play titles are coming to Xbox Game Pass PC starting tomorrow.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Intel has new chips, AMD has new chips, and Paul has a different setup.
Microsoft today announced the availability of the Windows Community Toolkit 7, the latest version of this set of tools for Windows desktop developers.
Intel today announced the availability of its 11th-generation “Rocket Lake” Core S-series processors for desktop PCs.
Microsoft’s eagerly awaited Xbox Wireless Headset is now available for purchase in 30 markets worldwide for $99.99.
Microsoft today announced several new games that are coming to Xbox Game Pass across all platforms in the second half of March.
AMD announced today that its business-class Ryzen Pro 5000 series mobile processors are now available for PC makers to incorporate into their products.
The market researchers at IDC claim that the wearables market grew by 28.4 percent last year, with Apple in first place by a wide margin.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Microsoft 365 has a bad day, Paul's mic is scratchy, and Phil Spencer shows off xCloud on a Pro X.
Google will reduce its fees to mobile app developers from 30 percent to 15 percent, but just in South Korea, at least for now.
With its smartphone business crippled by its place on the U.S. Entity List, Huawei this week said that it would require royalty payments for the 5G technologies it owns.
Google announced today that its second-generation Nest Hub is available for preorder. It costs $99.99 and comes in four different colors.
Microsoft announced today that it has added FPS Boost to five “legendary” Bethesda games on Xbox Series X|S.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Apple moves away from a smart speaker, Edge updates how it will update, and Brad has a dentist appointment.
The 7th-generation HP EliteBook 840 is smaller and lighter than its predecessor, and it adopts some features from the more expensive 1000 series PCs.
Last month, Microsoft announced the availability of Microsoft account-based password autofill capabilities across platforms.
Microsoft has brought its AI-enhanced and Teams-based noise cancelation functionality to the desktop versions of Skype.
Apple announced that it has discontinued the original HomePod and will focus its smart speaker efforts on the smaller and less expensive HomePod Mini.
With Google Chrome moving to a new four-week release cadence, Microsoft says it will offer the same updating schedule for its own web browser.
One year ago this week, we were shutting down for “two weeks” because of the pandemic. Well, Happy Friday, everyone. Things are looking up.
When Microsoft’s Brad Smith testified against Google at a House subcommittee hearing, the online giant lashed out in a way that can only be described as unhinged.
On this live edition of First Ring Daily, Google makes a post that turns a few heads, Microsoft closes a few stores, and a lot more.
On this episode of The Sams Report, Microsoft has shut down some stores, closed forums, deleted Paint 3D, added game studios and Edge to the Xbox.