Brave Software releases its privacy-minded Brave browser for general use. It's an excellent, streamlined browser that commits itself to your privacy, and with the potential to make you some money, too.
Microsoft is pushing its Windows 10 November 2019 Update out for people who want it via Windows Update.
Microsoft's augmented-reality version of Minecraft is now yours to try out for iOS and Android.
We've tested a second 15-inch Microsoft Surface Laptop 3, this time with a top-of-the-line Ryzen 7 processor inside. You'll pay more for a moderate performance bump, but even more disappointing battery life.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Xerox is mulling a bid to take over HP, uniting key players in the copier and printer market.
Google launches Chrome OS 78 with features like click-to-call and virtual desktops, and quietly adds several months to the lifespan of Chromebooks, too.
Microsoft and Warner Bros. digitized a copy of "Superman" and stored it on a sheet of glass, using lasers.
As its Ignite conference begins, Microsoft announces numerous features for Bing, Edge, Outlook, Microsoft Search, and its Office apps that use AI and the web to improve productivity.
Microsoft is offering deals on the new Surface Laptop 3 and Surface Pro 7 for Black Friday. There are a few super-cheap HP 10th-gen Core laptops as well.
We've tried Microsoft's Project xCloud, now available in beta, and it's a surprisingly good experience playing Xbox games over a cellular connection.
Microsoft turns on the second phase of its cloud gaming experiment, streaming games from your home Xbox to an Android phone.
Driven by its Ryzen and Epyc processors, AMD reported revenues that were the highest since the days of Hector Ruiz. Its fourth-quarter outlook is even stronger.
Both the Samsung Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion will be available in 13-inch and 15-inch options, with Intel's 10th-gen Core chips inside.
Microsoft has launched a monthly Xbox subscription service that allows gamers to lease an Xbox console, controller, game subscription, and trade it in for Project Scarlett next year.
Intel confesses it still can't supply enough processors, especially in the low end of the PC market. So it's investing heavily to fix things.