Now that the British public has chosen to exit from the European Union, the decision might negatively impact Samsung's, LG's, and Acer's businesses in the region. This might even force Samsung and LG to leave the U.K.
Missing classic Windows apps like WordPad, Fax and Scan, XPS Viewer and Character Map? If you were itching for some nostalgia, Windows Insiders can grab them now in the Store, through Project Centennial.
Microsoft recently confirmed that it will stop manufacturing the Surface 3 tablet by the end of the year. The device is also currently in limited supply, with only one model in stock on Microsoft's store and two models offered by Best Buy.
Apple unveiled a technique it is implementing in iOS 10 to boost user privacy when gathering data -- differential privacy. Apple didn't invent it -- in fact, Google has been using the technique in its Chrome browser since 2014.
Even as stock markets and world currencies flail in vain at Brexit, the bitcoin suddenly spiked in value, surging past $650, up $100 from the previous day (when it still seemed possible that the EU could stay together).
Oculus VR has updated its Home software, taking the surprising step of removing the headset check from its DRM. That means that modders can make games work on the Vive or other headsets, which may mend some bridges in the community.
Oculus has been aggressive in its recent attempts to secure exclusive games, and now the company's head of content has aired his thoughts on why it's good not just for Oculus, but for VR as an industry.
An upcoming features lets Chrome OS users see how much space remains on hard drives, and what's taking up that space. This points to an app-filled future for Google's OS, long reliant entirely on web browsing.
As you might expect from any graphical demo produced by futuremark, the trailer for its new 3Dmark demo is astoundingly pretty. It even includes just about every one of the 3Dmark demos from its history in glass cases.