While we're all waiting for Apple to unveil its long-rumoured AR/VR headset, a new report claims Apple is silently targeting another competitor with a less-obvious effort.
The latest breach in November was already pretty bad — turns out it was much worse.
Microsoft's balance sheet from the first quarter of 2022 tells a familiar tale: cloud revenues up, PCs struggle. But this time, PCs are really, really, suffering, as is Surface.
Microsoft has posted notifications on its digital download pages for Windows 10 Home, Pro, and Workstation stating that it will stop selling Windows 10 licences at the end of January.
Lightweight glasses are now on hold, according to a new report, with Apple's focus shifting to a lower-cost version of the imminent mixed-reality headset.
The Home app architecture upgrade is coming back.
Analyst firms Gartner and IDC reported that PC sales plunged, thanks to inflation and demand that had already been satisfied in the years before.
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The end of 2022 has been a little disappointing for Mac fans as the rumoured launches of the MacBook Pro and Mac mini never materialised.
A new report claims Apple is working on a new model with a ProMotion display and M2 Pro/Max chip.
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.
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