Microsoft is expanding its use of inline previews in Start search in the next version of Windows 10. Here's a quick peek at how this functionality works.
A credible Bloomberg report claims that Microsoft will deliver a $400 Surface-branded tablet by late 2018.
Microsoft needs to meet---if not exceed---the features of Google One for its own consumer customers. I have a few ideas.
Most personal technology products and services just aren't that exciting. But here are the exceptions, spanning 20 years of Microsoft watching.
It's been a long time since I've felt this excited about a new Microsoft product. It's a feeling I've only felt a handful of times over the years.
Microsoft's next-gen Surface Hub gets unveiled, and it looks gorgeous. Here is your first look at Microsoft's upcoming interactive whiteboard.
Google has a new storage service coming online and it provides flexibility with your storage plans and access to support staff too.
Last week, I drove 1100 miles by myself because I couldn't get on a plane; we are all fighting a battle and this is mine.
Based on my early experience, Sets could emerge as the marquee new feature in Redstone 5.
According to a new report, Qualcomm is designing a new chipset specifically for smartwatches. It could be Wear OS's last hope.
The combination of Android apps and Chrome OS is a clear and present danger to Windows 10. What's new with this hybrid platform?
Last week, Microsoft finally began broadly deploying Windows 10 version 1803 to the public. Obviously, it's time to look at the next version.
Microsoft didn't promote Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) as heavily this week as Google did. But there is some great information to be had.
Microsoft announced a new sale on Xbox One S and Xbox One X today, effectively shaving $50 off the normal price of each.
A small percentage of Surface Pro 4 devices have a screen flicker problem that cannot be fixed with a firmware or driver update.
Happy Friday everyone. Many of this week's questions revolved around recent events with Windows 10 and Build, as you might expect.