Google has revoked Huawei's Android license, days after the US Government added the Chinese tech giant to a trade blacklist.
Microsoft has announced Minecraft Earth, a new AR game for iPhones and Android phones that will be in limited beta this summer.
And yes, they do mean any game—even unreleased ones, like Borderlands 3, Control, and John Wick Hex.
Code commits suggest that Project Campfire, an initiative to get Windows 10 running on high-end Chromebooks, has been been snuffed out.
Microsoft's classic Paint program was left for dead, but the Windows 10 May 2019 Update revives the software with new accessibility features.
Amazon's all-new Fire 7 and Fire 7 Kids Edition tablets come with faster processors, more storage, and the same price tag as before.
Google is offering free replacements for its Bluetooth Titan Security Key due to a security issue.
Windows Insider preview build 18898 tells you whether the storage disk you're looking at in Task Manager is an SSD or a hard drive. Finally!
You really don't have to turn off Hyper-Threading to prevent the latest speculative exploit, Zombieland, on Intel CPUs, but some vendors are doing it for you.
After announcing the official throwback servers at BlizzCon 2017, Blizzard have given the long-awaited World of Warcraft: Classic a worldwide release date of Tuesday August 27, 2019 - just in time for the game’s 15th anniversary.
Apple Music subscribers in Australia & New Zealand can now ask Alexa to stream their favourite songs - adding more fuel to the fire in the smart speaker wars.
Microsoft issues a rare Windows XP patch to combat a virulent WannaCry-like exploit in older OS versions
Windows 7 and various Windows Server operating systems also require a critical security update to combat this Remote Desktop Services exploit.
The HP Omen X 2S 15 features an 8-core 9th-gen Core i9 CPU, GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics—and the first dual-screen feature that might actually be useful.
Samsung has announced that the Apple TV app will be available on its Smart TVs beginning today.
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