Mozilla Firefox’s biggest facelift in years is now rolling out for everyone. The fresh look has been months in the making under the “Proton” codename.
Google is getting serious about smartwatches but is it doing too much, too late? We look at how the company could succeed or fail in the coming months.
With Android 12, Google’s mobile OS is getting a long-overdue facelift. In many ways, it’s a culmination of the dozens of foundational features Google has rolled out in the last couple of years.
With a little work, you can easily transfer all your Android contacts, calendar appointments, pictures, videos, SMS texts, and more to your new iPhone.
Mozilla has been beavering away, with a slate of compelling privacy-first updates to capture a growing niche of people.
For people like me, who have been hanging onto their (sort of) compact phones for dear life, the iPhone 12 mini is probably the decade’s greatest smartphone.
Last month, when the time came for me to upgrade to what I anticipated would be my fourth personal Android phone, I ended up with an iPhone 12 mini instead.
We found several easy-to-implement tips that can give your Chromebook’s Wi-Fi performance a serious boost.
Your parents may be accustomed to Windows laptops and may shy away from Chromebooks, but there are ways to prepare a Chrome OS device to make it more palatable for Windows-accustomed users.
With the Chrome OS 89 release, Google is building upon its plan to develop an ecosystem of devices, similar to Apple. Here's what you need to know about it.
But just because your old Chromebook is getting on in years doesn’t mean you should toss it to the back of your closet. Here are a few ways to repurpose your old Chromebook.
Chrome OS offers several options that can better help you set clear boundaries and separate your work and personal profiles as well as your apps.
The M1 processor is also based on the same tech that powers your iPhone and iPad, which means you can play iOS games on your Mac computer. So what’s it like to game on the M1 Mac mini?
We decided to revisit Microsoft’s mini 2-in-1 to see if it’s still worth purchasing. Here’s what we found out.
Here’s what we think about the Mac mini after putting the base model (8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) through its paces for three weeks.
For someone who’s owned a MacBook for years, the new MacBook Air or MacBook Pro seemed like a no-brainer upgrade. Instead, I picked up the M1 Mac mini. Here’s why.