After a rare bit of candour from Tim Cook, we have more reason to believe Apple's long-awaited Apple AR headset will arrive sooner than later.
In an interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook says he "could not be more excited about the opportunities in the [AR] space. Sort of stay tuned and you will see what we have to offer."
Microsoft said Monday that it's using AI to improve Microsoft Teams calls further, with better two-way voice, echo cancellation, and smoother screen sharing.
MIT CSAIL found that the M1 implementation of Pointer Authentication can be overcome with a hardware attack that the researchers developed.
Apple's new M2 is a worthy sequel to the M1 but doesn't flat out beat Intel's best CPUs in performance.
Microsoft has some bad news: the vendor will officially end support for the Internet Explorer desktop application on June 15, 2022.
Apple has made significant progress on the project, to a point where it could be revealed to the public "within the next several months."
Shipments of desktop PC CPUs fell by more than 30 per cent during the first quarter of 2022 -- the largest drop in desktop CPU sales in history.
CCP Games announced that data in the extraordinarily complex space sim will be able to be exported to Excel later this year.
A version of Microsoft Outlook that's expected to eventually replace the mix of Outlook clients currently available has leaked, and screenshots are available.
Nvidia failed to disclose that a significant portion of its revenue during 2018 came from customers mining the volatile Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency, and paid a $5.5 million fine to settle charges.
You'll need to be a Windows Insider and an Xbox Insider to test the new controller-centric Game Bar.
Apple is aware and reportedly working on a fix.
Fortnite fans can once again play on their iPhone free of charge, if they're willing to jump through a few hoops.
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