2023 may be the year the password finally dies. Google has confirmed that passkeys are now supported in Chrome Stable M108.
The US Federal Trade Commission is filing suit in an attempt to block Microsoft's proposed $69 billion acquisition of game developer Activision Blizzard.
It's not clear how many consumers actually prefer to use Microsoft Teams outside of work, but that hasn't stopped Microsoft from trying.
A Bloomberg report claims the car, which has never been officially confirmed, will not debut until 2026 or be as autonomous as rumored.
LastPass’s August security breach has lead to a recent leak in customer information, according to the company’s latest communication.
The $50 million settlement to a class-action lawsuit agreed by Apple back in July has been given preliminary approval by a federal judge in California.
For the eighth time this year, Google has issued an emergency Chrome for Mac update that patches a severe security flaw that has been exploited in the wild.
The project is working on “search capabilities that might compete head-on with Google,” according to a new report. But it won't be finished until at least 2026.
Microsoft is placing additional limits on the amount of data users can store in OneDrive, beginning in February and removing a significant anonymity feature shortly thereafter.
Just days after Apple pushed iOS 16.1 with a patch for a critical security flaw, Google has issues an emergency security update for Chrome for Mac.
It's time once again for an update on Your Privacy™ brought to you by, I dunno, Nabisco or something [cut to a raging dumpster fire].
Microsoft has announced October 12 as the date of its next event, most likely ushering in the Microsoft Surface Pro 9, the Surface Laptop 3, and possibly a Surface Studio.
Did you know Google makes laptops? Unless you're a hardcore fan of the company's platforms, you might have missed it entirely.
Intel's 13th gen breaks 6GHz barrier and offer 15 percent single-threaded performance improve.
Windows on Arm PCs are closely tied to Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors, which will be overhauled with technology acquired from a company called Nuvia.
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