Good morning. I hope everyone (who celebrated) had a great Thanksgiving. So welcome to Black Friday, a few deals, and a few other minor stories.
With the Lumia 950 family just launching, little has changed in Windows phone usage this month. But here’s another monthly peek at the Windows phone market.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation today announced a new version of its kit-based computer dubbed the Pi Zero that costs just $5.
In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Mary Jo Foley is traveling, so Leo Laporte and I discuss last week’s trip to the UK and our London meet-up, more.
In the latest episode of What the Tech, Andrew Zarian and I discuss my issues with Surface Book, the Lumia 950, and some great Black Friday deals.
My preordered Mozo leather case for the Microsoft Lumia 950 XL arrived last night. I just don’t have a Lumia 950 XL with which to use it. Yet.
Is there really a strategy behind the Microsoft’s Windows 10 versioning scheme? Or is this just the software giant making it up as it goes along … again?
Here are some other tidbits from around the web: iPad Pro lies, Nokia 230, PlayStation 4 hits 30 million sales, whether Halo 5 is a hit, and Black Ops III.
Microsoft has finally explained why it pulled Windows 10 version 1511 over the weekend, and it has returned the update for both upgrades and clean installs.
Here’s what else is happening today: I’m back home, a crazy deal on Office 365 Personal, Marissa Mayer can’t save Yahoo, a look at Google Maps offline.
I’ve been using Microsoft’s new Lumia 950 for over a week now, and on the road. Does this thin and light wonder tick the right boxes for Windows phone fans?
Windows 10 lets you store documents, music, photos and videos to removable storage devices. But with version 1511, you can now store apps there too.
Windows 10 doesn’t really provide a way to customize the density of Start tiles, but with version 1511 you can now display more tiles in each Start column.