Intel continued its topsy-turvy 2020 by reporting stronger demand for its Tiger Lake CPUs than the company originally anticipated.
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Microsoft's Windows 10 October 2020 Update is available to all now, either to download manually or wait until it's pushed to your PC.
Intel, one of the biggest names in the flash storage and SSD business, has sold all of its SSD operations to SK Hynix.
A source close to Microsoft said that Office apps that unexpectedly appeared in the Windows Start menu were due to a bug that's being fixed.
Microsoft's Office PWAs are designed to offer all the convenience of Microsoft 365, without the need to install anything.
Microsoft is ready to address the most significant shortcoming of Windows on ARM devices: the inability to run 64-bit code for X86 chips.
Google will allow anyone with a Gmail account to place unlimited Google Meet calls until March, 2021, but possibly without a key feature for schools.
Microsoft has suffered an outage of many of its cloud services, including Outlook and Teams. The workaround? Don't log out.
Microsoft announces its largest Surface Hub 2, with the option between Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise, or the Windows 10 Team 2020 OS.
Microsoft said Friday that its next feature release, the Windows 10 October 2020 Update (20H2) is finalised and ready to download by beta testers.
Most industry watchers think that anti-trust agencies will ask some hard questions of Nvidia’s $40 billion acquisition of Arm.
Database giant Oracle is said to have struck a deal to buy Chinese short-form video company TikTok. Microsoft confirmed it is definitely not buying Tiktok.
Nvidia is set to buy Arm for as much as $40 billion, the largest semiconductor deal ever, using Arm's CPUs to bolster its AI technology.
Zoho has introduced Zoho Workplace, a cloud-first suite of nine office productivity tools that are more tightly integrated than ever before.
The 12.5-inch "Sparti" Surface Laptop priced somewhere below $600 will debut as part of a Microsoft Surface refresh this fall.