Canonical released Ubuntu 19.10 today with support for the Raspberry Pi 4 and other upgrades.
Microsoft introduced a new Tamper Protection feature meant to stop malware from changing Windows security settings.
Microsoft issued a firmware fix for the Surface Book 2 that stops the CPU from throttling at 0.4 GHz and has the GPU disappear.
The Your Phone app, for making calls of your Android phone from your Windows 10 PC, finally arrived this week.
Sony confirmed the console will be called the PlayStation 5, will ship next holiday season (2020) and will feature hardware-accelerated ray tracing from AMD's chips.
Adobe announced that it has to deactivate the accounts of its Venezuelan customers to comply with U.S. sanctions.
Microsoft updated Windows 10 on October 3 to address problems with printing caused by the previous update. However, it reportedly caused a new Start menu critical error.
Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18995 to Fast ring members of the Windows Insider Program.
German researchers said PDF files have two vulnerabilities, which they dubbed PDFex, that undermine the encryption used to secure their contents.
Nvidia released the GeForce Game Ready 436.48 WHQL driver with support for "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint," the HTC Vive Cosmos and "Asgard's Wrath."
Surprise! The KB4517211 update to Windows 10 caused problems for some users who need to print from their PCs.
Atari announced that it's partnered with Anstream Arcade on an exclusive version of the company's eponymous retro game streaming platform on the Atari VCS.
Microsoft is pushing Windows 10 users to create a Microsoft Account during the setup process harder than ever.
The Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection Research Team and Cisco Talos revealed new fileless malware that can secretly infect Windows systems.
Microsoft updated BitLocker to encrypt all SSDs, even those that claim to encrypt themselves, so it can help Windows users remain secure.
Logitech agreed to acquire Streamlabs, which offers a suite of tools made specifically for live streamers, for approximately $89 million in cash.