Hey Internet, we did it! After a good outpouring of rage and annoyance towards Microsoft, we’ve forced the Windows team to remove the messages “warning” you not to install Firefox or Chrome. They won’t be in the October 2018 …
Do you use Chrome’s Gmail Offline app to access your email offline? That app is shutting down on December 3, but you can still access Gmail offline on your computer.
Apple just announced a trio of new phones with pretty silly names. On top of being kind of…not good names, they’re also confusing to type: is it iPhone XS or Xs? Xr or XR? So how do you actually capitalize these confusing n…
You can watch local TV online right now, for free, assuming you live in New York City, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, or Denver.
Apple won’t talk about AirPower, their revolutionary, multiple-device wireless charging pad that missed the ship deadline—but now they are selling a new Belkin wireless charging pad that both looks really nice and is exclus…
Microsoft quietly announced that Disk Cleanup is now deprecated, news that was buried at the bottom of a blog post about Windows 10’s Storage Sense. Disk Cleanup isn’t going away immediately but is on its way out the door….
Remember playing around with wobbly windows in Linux? That animation, and a few more, might be coming back soon.
Hulu just cut a deal with CBS, offering a national feed in 24 markets. These feeds will offer CBS’ primetime and daytime content but no local news or syndicated shows.
Spotify Premium users can download albums and playlists for offline listening, which is perfect for travelers, people who live in poor coverage areas, or anyone trying to cut back on data usage. The new 10,000 track limit, f…
Windows 10 now “warns” you not to install Chrome or Firefox when you download them. It’s just one of the many annoying ways Microsoft pushes Edge, which only has 4% market share despite Microsoft’s increasing desperation….
What exactly happened to AirPower? Apple announced its wireless charging solution a year ago and hasn’t talked about it since. Rumor is AirPower may never be released, and Apple may have to go back to the drawing board….
Google is shutting down Inbox in March 2019, and encouraging users to switch back to Gmail.
Today Apple announced new Apple Watches and a handful of new iPhones that all have edge-to-edge, curved displays just like the iPhone X does. Here’s everything you need to know.
Apple is adding new Watch faces to the Apple Watch—some with plenty of complications, others combining simple designs with animated backgrounds.
It’s not just you: Amazon’s search results are increasingly made up of paid product placements, listed as “Sponsored.”
It’s the biggest day of the year for tech announcements, with Apple’s regular September event where they unveil the new iPhones, and anything else. It’s already come and went, but here’s how to watch, and what you missed….
Valve now allows games with “adult only sexual content” on the Steam store. Steam hides these games by default, and they won’t appear in search. But you can enable these “adult only” games in your Steam account preferences if…
An upcoming Chrome OS update will add support for SMB shares, meaning Chromebooks will have access to files shared from Windows, macOS, and Linux computers.
You might think security teams inside big companies hate it when researchers and the press point out vulnerabilities, but that’s not always the case.
Freezing your credit can stop identity thieves from opening an account in your name, but until recently it cost money to do so in some US states. That’s about to change.
Apps you get from an app store aren’t necessarily trustworthy. A top app in the Mac App Store hoovering up browsing data is just the latest example. Even an app you get from an app store might do bad things with your data….
Still using Windows XP or Vista? Firefox isn’t providing you with security updates anymore, and soon Steam will stop working altogether.
Popular applications from the Mac App Store were routinely downloading users’ web history, but Apple only took them down when security researchers went public.
Chrome has a hidden endless runner game you can play whenever your computer or phone is offline, but it turns out you can also play it without disconnecting.
The Mac App Store is supposed to be a safe way to download software, but a prominent malware scanner sold there until recently was grabbing users’ browsing history.