Google is overhauling its Gmail experience for the web and mobile to integrate Gmail, Meet, Rooms and Chat into a unified app experience.
Microsoft acknowledges an issue that has caused Microsoft Outlook to crash unexpectedly and repeatedly. A fix has surfaced on the Internet that seems to work.
Will Intel launch its Tiger Lake CPU and Xe GPU at the September event?
Zoom launches a new "Zoom from Home" appliance from DTEN, which can serve as a secondary monitor but lacks features that more home workers are asking for.
Firefox browser developer Mozilla launches the Mozilla VPN, hoping that you'll trust its reputation as you choose among various VPN providers.
This webcam might not be as well-known as Logitech's popular models, but it works beautifully—and more importantly, it's currently in stock.
Google released Chrome 84 this week, and now the browser will automatically silence notification prompts from websites that abuse them.
Amazon is selling a Samsung 23.5-inch curved FreeSync monitor for $120.
Amazon is throwing a one-day sale on WD and SanDisk gear including external drives, internal drives, SD cards, and more.
The Seagate BarraCuda Fast SSD is among the best SATA-based external drives we've tested. However, you could get a faster, NVMe drive for about the same price.
The new Dell XPS 17 is drop-dead gorgeous, thin, relatively fast, and has what looks like a potentially show-stopping charging problem.
This killer cleaner uses VSLAM technology to map and navigate its surroundings, but it remains easy to operate and affordable.
Microsoft is turning off the ability to use OneDrive to fetch files stored locally on another PC at the end of the month.
The AMD Threadripper Pro will go to war with Intel's fastest Xeons, armed with 64 cores, 128 PCIe Gen 4 lanes, 8 channels of memory and up to 2TB of RAM.
Microsoft has expanded some Outlook features, including Play My Emails and Meeting Insights, to new platforms, while tweaking old conveniences like calendar sharing.