Microsoft is adding a vertical tabs feature to the Edge browser. The browser history is also being revamped, as are some Bing search results.
Google Chrome won’t replace third-party cookies with alternative methods of tracking individuals in Chrome. The browser is moving toward tracking methods that aggregate users to protect their privacy.
Browser maker Brave Software is buying Tailcat, an open search engine, and will add it to what it’s calling Brave Search, a forthcoming search engine. Brave Search will be folded into the existing, privacy-first Brave browser.
Microsoft announced Microsoft Mesh on Tuesday, a VR platform that the company hopes will eventually be used for holographic meetings and other uses.
At Microsoft Ignite, Microsoft certifies Microsoft Teams displays, updates its Teams speaker timeline, and unveils new presenter modes.
Microsoft has announced Microsoft Azure Percept, consisting of its Percept Vision camera module and Percept Audio smart mic. They'll form the foundation for intelligent devices built by partners.
Google said Monday that it's adding capabilities to its Workspace offering, including new apps, calendar improvements, and Google Assistant support.
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Zoom's new Video Filters and Studio Effects give you fun effects without having to search for third-party images online.
Google is adding a new feature to Android, called Schedule Send, that allows you to send texts to other people on your own time.
Google already checks your passwords to see if they've been compromised on your PC's Chrome browser. Now your Android phone will add the same Password Checker feature.
Microsoft plans to add predictive typing, also called text prediction, to Microsoft Word beginning in March, 2021.
Microsoft has announced Office 2021 for the PC and Mac, at the same price as its predecessor, Office 2019.