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There’s no longer an excuse for late Android updates: If this tiny smartphone company can support Android P on the same day as Google, so can ev...

The Essential Phone got the latest version of Android P before everyone else except Google itself — there's no longer any excuse for late Android updates.

The rise of Marc Benioff, the bombastic founder of Salesforce, who just got a new co-CEO

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff worked his way up the ladder to get where he is today.

I downloaded a $50 app to organize my entire life — here’s what it’s like to use

Things 3, from the Germany-based software startup Cultured Code, is a 2017 Apple Design award-winning app for organizing your life that's both simple and robust. Here's what it's like to use, and why you should consider buying it.
Gusto has a no-shoes policy inside its new headquarters in San Francisco.

Inside Gusto’s brand-new San Francisco headquarters, where employees work on living room furniture and take off their shoes at the door

Gusto makes human resources software for small businesses. Go inside the company's brand-new San Francisco headquarters, where Gusto employees hold meetings in a living room, rotate workspaces throughout the day, and take off their shoes at the door.

The creators of ‘Fortnite’ have pulled a mode that players were super excited for, with no sign of when it’s coming back

Shortly after "Playground Mode" was launched Wednesday morning, developers at Epic Games took the mode offline for unexpected maintenance and the mode has yet to be restored.

The 7 best features coming to your Mac computer later this year

Apple unveiled the newest version of the Mac operating system at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this week. MacOS Mojave will release as a free update to Mac users later this year, and it's a big upgrade.

A third of software downloaded on the world’s PCs is unlicensed, and it’s costing the industry $46 billion

It's also exposing companies and individual users to malware attacks, each of which cost an average of $2.4 million and 50 days to resolve.
A North Korean student using a computer at Kim Il Sung University.

Computers in North Korea run on look-alike Mac software called ‘Red Star 3.0’ — see what it looks like to log in and use it

What it's like to use "Red Star 3," North Korea's little-known computer software that looks a lot like earlier versions of Apple's MacOS software.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella

Microsoft just announced a huge new update to Windows 10 — here’s what’s new

The Windows 10 April 2018 Update from Microsoft, out on Monday, brings a bunch of new features and tweaks.

Meteors have finally started hitting the ground in Fortnite — take a look

Don't worry, Tilted Towers is still standing in Fortnite ... for now.