On the eve of Microsoft's next press event, anxiety is high: Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book are now over 18 months old and there are no replacements in sight. What's going on?
This week, Microsoft finally provided its first public peek at My People, a new Windows 10 feature that will debut in the "Redstone 3" update that is now expected in September. Does this feature even make any sense?
Sony announced this week that it has now sold over 60 million PlayStation 4 video game consoles. A related report suggests that the console is maintaining its 2-to-1 lead over Xbox One.
Microsoft and Acer are promoting a number of new Windows 10 PCs today. And of them—a low-end laptop that’s arriving in June—looks an awful lot like a Cloudbook.
The long-awaited My People feature that Microsoft exorcised from the Creators Update has finally arrived in the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build, 16184, along with a few other additions.
Google released its Pixel and Pixel XL handsets in October 2016, escalating its battle with Apple and the iPhone. Six months later, it's time for another check-in.
This is a discussion I've been meaning to have for a long time. And it's a topic that permeates everything I do professionally, from the writing on this site to the podcasts I record each week.
Nintendo announced a "promising start" for its new Switch video game console: The firm sold 2.74 million units in March and expects to sell another 10 million consoles in its first year in the market.
Instagram this week announced that it now has over 700 million users, a dramatic increase in usage since last year. Count me in: My own usage of this service has likewise increased.
The Samsung Galaxy S8+ is unquestionably the best smartphone I've ever owned, a gorgeous and modern device with great performance and a superior camera. And I have to return it.
I've complained many times that Microsoft's Windows as a Service (Waas) scheme is broken, that Windows 10 is simply too complex to service it as if it were an online service.
Two weeks after it began making the Windows 10 Creators Update available to the public, Microsoft says that it is now deployed to "millions" of PCs.
Following in the footsteps of a similar set of updates from three weeks ago, Microsoft has again issued updates for Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. But only for those already on Windows 10 version 1703.
Buried in a set of somewhat confusing announcements last week, Microsoft revealed that it is changing how it supports traditional versions of Office moving forward. Is this the end of Microsoft Office as we know it?
This Spring, Microsoft will make its upteenth attempt to get developers excited about Windows 10 at Build 2017. But as users have discovered, the apps platform in Windows 10 isn't in any way enticing. And it's OK.
This month, AdDuplex looks at Windows 10 device usage related to the recently-released Creators Update. And as I had suspected, it's going much better than the previous release.
Over the weekend, I put together a little tool that scans Windows files for PNG images containing useless Adobe Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) metadata. Surprise: Windows is full of it.
Microsoft announced today that its retail and online stores are offering up to $200 off select Windows 10 PCs, VR headset, headphones, and more. The sale runs through June 18.
Microsoft today detailed the new features and improvements that it delivered to Office 365 users this month. Key among them are the releases of Outlook Customer Manager and Microsoft To-Do.