Microsoft's 'Your Phone' app is just the start. Microsoft's new approach to mobile is pure pragmatism: Play nice with everyone, and get their users hooked on Microsoft apps. With the demise of Windows
In September, Amazon announced 12 new Alexa-powered devices that included everything from a new Echo Dot and Show to a microwave and connected wall clock. Along with the new hardware, Amazon also announced
Switching phones can be a complete pain. Not only do you have to make sure all of your data is backed up, but you also have to find ways to transfer your accounts and make sure all your favorite apps reinstalled.
An electron version of Windows 95 Windows 95 is the operating system that’s now used as a yardstick for what’s possible on modern devices and platforms. We’ve seen Microsoft’s popular OS appear on the
Bitmain, the Chinese megafirm responsible for the industrialization of cryptocurrency mining, has released a new water-cooled mining rig that seemingly borrows concepts from the DIY community it stifles.
Still no iPhone app, though. If you've been waiting to be able to access your Android phone's files and notifications on your Windows desktop, you can relax. The PC app, called "Your Phone," is now available
Move over blockchain. Hedera Hashgraph has raised $100 million via a future token sale from institutional investors as it seeks to create a new commerce network based on its “hashgraph consensus” technology.
When you look at the smartwatch market you really only need to look at the Apple Watch and Samsung’s Gear lineup to know what’s good. There are hybrid watches, some great third-party options from companies
Highly-prized domain name Crypto.com has been sold! Registered in 1993 by Matt Blaze, a professor of computer and information science at the University of Pennsylvania who sits on the board of directors
(Credit: Image via Edge Screen) Android users envious of the edge display shortcut panels on Samsung's Galaxy devices can now enjoy a similar feature on their own non-Samsung phones. A free app known Edge
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