On this episode of First Ring Daily, Microsoft has new chip flavors, Paul doesn't like headphones, and Call of Duty.
YouTube admits its algorithms are not always perfect, and it's now putting viewers in the driver's seat, giving them more control over their homepage and recommendations.
Instagram is now showing ads on its wildly popular Explore section.
More than 800,000 businesses on Shopify can now use Apple's Business Chat to provide support to customers.
A Windows-based take on “hello, world” neatly explains why Windows API programming was never going to take over the world.
Microsoft is reportedly testing an ARM Surface Pro with a custom SoC built closely in partnership with Qualcomm, and an AMD chip on the Surface Laptop.
On this edition of First Ring Daily, OneDrive has a new feature that allows you to save more data, iOS 13 betas are now available, and a few other gems.
Apple releases update Pages, Keynote, and Numbers app following the release of new iOS and Mac betas.
Microsoft and Google are working on a new feature for Chromium that will allow you to uninstall PWAs like any other regular apps.
Microsoft releases a new build of Microsoft Edge to the dev channel with expanded coverage of the dark theme.
Microsoft is doubling the amount of storage you get with OneDrive's $1.99 a month plan, and it's also letting Office 365 users get up to 2TB of storage.
OneDrive is getting a new security feature that helps keep your sensitive files extra secure.
Microsoft has emailed customers who purchased ebooks from its online store, alerting them that refunds will arrive in July.
Google is testing a Drive feature that will allow users to make any file type, and not just Docs, Sheets and Slides files, available offline from Chrome.
It's hard watching Microsoft’s former CEOs prostrate themselves and apologize for their previous misdeeds. Especially when they get it all wrong.
As you may have seen, Apple today released public betas for all of the platforms it announced at WWDC. Here’s a quick peek.
Just weeks after announcing its next-generation operating systems, Apple has already started beta testing the new OSes with the public through new public betas.
Microsoft says that a U.S. blacklisting of Huawei will not prevent it from supplying the firm’s PC with software updates going forward.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Surface has a lot to say, Gabe says goodbye, and Android phones are phones.
The Raspberry Pi 4 is the first ultra-low-cost computer board from the Raspberry Pi Foundation to offer truly PC-like performance. It’s time to turn it into a real PC.
Microsoft's foldable Surface device, codenamed Centaurus, will reportedly be able to run Android apps and come with two separate 9-inch displays.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates admits the mismanagement that led to the software giant missing out on the $400 billion business that is Android.
Raspberry Pi 4 is launching today with a 3x faster processor, different RAM options, dual-monitor support, USB-3 ports, Type-C power, and a whole lot more.
The process of writing a Windows application with the native Windows API in the C programming language hasn’t changed a lot in the past 30+ years.
Microsoft is making staffing changes to Mixer that result in cuts to the original programming team.
The original design of Windows was inexorably tied to that of the Intel x86 microprocessors on which it and MS-DOS ran. Yes, this is all IBM’s fault.
Happy Friday, and Happy First Day of Summer (at least here in the Northern hemisphere). Here’s another Ask Paul to get the weekend started.