Arm launched its new lineup of Arm v9 CPUs for PCs and phones, which include the Cortex-X2 and new Mali GPUs. They could end up as part of new Qualcomm Snapdragon chips.
Google has released a tool for Google Photos that allows you to weed out blurry photos and large videos, all to help you reduce the amount of photos stored against Google's data cap.
Qualcomm has launched a faster Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 for low-cost PCs and Chromebooks, alongside a new development kit and even a native Zoom app.
Microsoft's well-regarded Math Solver service is being integrated into the Microsoft Edge 91 browser update.
Microsoft is adding a vertical tabs feature to the Edge browser. The browser history is also being revamped, as are some Bing search results.
Microsoft released a concept video showing its vision for the future of office meetings, hosted by Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft said Wednesday that it finally plans to end support for the standalone version of Internet Explorer in 2022.
Here's the best of Google I/O 2021: Android 12, new additions to Google workspace, enhancements to Search and Photos, and more.
At Google I/O, Google unveiled the future of Google Workspace, including Sheets and Docs: an all-in-one workspace that can be collaboratively worked upon by a number of coworkers.
Microsoft said that it has discontinued Windows 10X, its simplified version of Windows 10, and would repurpose its technology into Windows 10.
Microsoft announces the final build of the Windows 10 May 2021 Update, which will also be known as Windows 10 21H1. The minor update will start rolling out to users in May.
Microsoft launches what it's calling "Personal features in Teams" today: a consumer version of Microsoft Teams designed for group chats, video calls, and planning trips.
The Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 is a 360-degree convertible notebook that's both thin and exceptionally light, with massive battery life and a superb multimedia experience.
Intel's latest 11th-gen Core chips, code-named Tiger Lake-H, offer what Intel says is a 19 percent improvement over last year's Core processors for mainstream gaming laptops and notebook PCs.
A pair of reports say that Microsoft has postponed and possibly cancelled Windows 10X, its simplified version of Windows that was once expected to power dual-screen devices.