Google has implemented a new method of two-factor authentication, using an Android phone as a stand-in for a hardware dongle.
Opera's free, unlimited VPN debuted in 2016, then wallowed in limbo for some of the intervening years. With Opera 60, the browser's upgraded VPN service is fast enough to watch Netflix content that's available to other regions.
If you're buying a new Windows 10 PC, chances are you'll receive Windows 10 Home. But should you upgrade to Windows 10 Professional, just to be sure?
Qualcomm has launched a version of its Snapdragon 730 mobile processor with several optimizations specifically for mobile gaming.
If you'd prefer discussing a critical email within Slack's chat rooms and not within Outlook, then Slack's integration with Office 365 is for you.
Microsoft's Windows 10 May 2019 Update (also known as 19H1) is available for Windows Insiders, and it's simple to join and download the update.
AMD's 2nd-gen Ryzen Pro microprocessors boast an integrated Vega GPU, and have won designs from HP and Lenovo.
Microsoft posts an early, public version of its Edge browser running on top of the Chromium platform used by Google Chrome.
Microsoft announces a prolonged testing period for what is now the Windows 10 May Update, including more powerful Windows Update controls that allow everyone to delay patches for up to 35 days.
Microsoft has decided to withdraw from selling ebooks, offering refunds for everything you've purchased. But anything you've purchased will vanish by this summer.
As Gmail turns 15, Google adds features like scheduled email and Smart Compose for writing email on the go.
As of April 15, you'll no longer be able to access Wunderlist via Windows 10's Cortana.
Google's Gmail will suck in a small corner of the internet to allow you to research hotel rooms or add a pin to your Pinterest board from within an email. Outlook.com will as well.
Vivaldi has a reputation for being an extremely configurable browser, and it's even more flexible with release 2.4 and its icon and tab rearranging.
AT&T, Ericsson, and a number of companies showed off streamed VR to headsets, using 5G to minimize nausea-inducing latencies while keeping the resolutions high.