There are many things that separate Apple's products from its competitors. One of the most iconic is the Lightning port, Apple's proprietary charging and connection cable that most of its products have been using for some time—but that could be changing very soon. Members of the European Commission will vote on whether to force all tech companies to adopt a single charging method that will be universal across all devices and manufacturers, including Apple's.
Xbox One owners can now stream games from their consoles to their Android smartphones and tablets. PC and PlayStation players have had similar streaming options available for a while now but, until today, Microsoft limited Xbox One streaming to Windows PCs.
Everyone's talking about Windows 7 this week. And even if you have absolutely no interest in the inner workings of your PC's operating system, your attention has no doubt been drawn by Microsoft's twist: The company isn't supporting Windows 7 with security updates anymore.
Microsoft has finally released the official, stable version of its Chromium-based Edge web browser. And while that doesn't mean that your old-school Edge is going away today, Microsoft will start rolling out the Chromium browser in small batches before eventually replacing it via Windows Update this summer.
Today, Microsoft officially launched its new browser, Edge Chromium, into the wild. This marks the final nail in Internet Explorer's coffin, with the last vestiges of IE's Trident engine no longer in use.
iOS: If you're a good Google user, you're probably used to receiving all sorts of prompts on your device whenever you sign into your account (or in the not-so-great instance when someone else is trying to sign in as you). Android users have been able to use their devices as security keys for some time now, and iPhone users are now finally getting the chance, too.