Microsoft buys Mover, a cloud migration service that helps make moving your data from Google Drive and others into OneDrive and Sharepoint as easy as possible.
Microsoft's goal with its Windows 10 November 2019 Update is to fix bugs, not push features. A Windows Search-powered File Explorer offers one of the few improvements.
Acer's Swift 3 (2019) notebook PC offers excellent performance and satisfactory battery life for an inexpensive clamshell, though the audio and fingerprint reader are noticeably lacking.
Microsoft said Tuesday that it's beginning to use popup notifications to warn Windows 7 Pro users that they had better upgrade to Windows 10 by January 2020.
Google's upcoming Recorder technology builds on its free Live Transcribe app for Android, which you can try out right now.
From what it looks like to what's inside of it, here are the five things that define Google's new Chromebook, the Google Pixelbook Go.
Microsoft has apparently patched the longstanding bug that prevented the Surface Book 2 from receiving the Windows 10 May 2019 Update.
In just a few days you'll be able to buy Microsoft's new Ergonomic and Bluetooth keyboards, which included dedicated Office and emoji keys for use with Windows 10.
It's no longer just Windows 10 19H2. Microsoft has named its next feature update the Windows 10 November 2019 Update, which is a month or two later than anticipated.
The worldwide PC market grew during the third quarter, according to IDC and Gartner. The most common reason was the impending end of life for Windows 7.
Microsoft is making its Calls feature for Your Phone live to its Windows 10 Insider program, with a far, far larger number of supported phones than previous iterations. You can now leave your phone in your pocket.
Microsoft has made its Windows and Xbox family settings more granular, allowing parents to place more defined limits on their kids' online activity and screen time.
Opera's latest Opera 64 desktop browser now blocks trackers, increasing performance by 20 percent. Its Snapshot tool becomes more meme-friendly, too.
This summer, Intel showed off the NUC Compute Element for laptops. It's now launched a Xeon-based "Element" that could be used for servers or possibly desktops.
Intel decides to make the prices of its GPU-less "F" chips more "rational," and introduces a cheap Xeon microprocessor alongside it, too.