Retailers like Microsoft and Best Buy appear to be following the edict of the Trump administration and are removing Huawei-branded phones and PCs from store shelves. Amazon, though, has yet to follow suit.
Microsoft has made the Windows 10 May 2019 Update available for those who wish to update manually via Windows Update. It will roll out slowly to everyone else.
Mozilla's Firefox 67 debuts today, with a renewed emphasis on faster page loads and new privacy enhancements, some of which reproduce features in other browsers.
Following on the heels of rivals, Telstra has unveiled their own set of Click Frenzy phone plan deals.
Following on from yesterday's seismic announcement that Google would be revoking Huawei's Android license, the company's Australian division has issued a statement.
Ahead of tomorrow's Click Frenzy sales, Optus have let loose a few 'Phone Frenzy' deals of their own.
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.
Samsung is canvassing for lifestyle-oriented customers with their new space-saving monitors.
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!
Gaming laptops are traditionally full of compromises. They can pack so much power chassis become oversized and unwieldy, and generate so much heat performance gets throttled to facilitate cooling. When these issues are mitigated, you can be left with a laptop which is just not very good at gaming.
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