Yesterday, I reported that the first Skype Preview build was available on Android. Well, it's available on iOS too, but in a far more limited fashion.
Windows Me is unfairly criticized for being an unwanted extension of the Windows 9x family of products. But this innovative OS ushered in a number of technologies that we take for granted today.
This week, we are proud to finally launch our Thurrott Now micro-blog for Premium members, plus improved commenting and a few other new site features.
Those introducing non-Microsoft devices into their workflows may be worried about losing familiar functionality. For example:, can you print to an existing printer from a Chromebook?
Halo Wars 2 brings RTS to the console and the desktop and while the game is not perfect, it is a lot of fun.
Sony announced this week that it is dropping support for legacy platforms from its PlayStation Now service. Going forward, it will only support PlayStation 4 and Windows PCs.
Microsoft has issued its first Skype Preview app release to those who signed up for the Skype Insider program.
A new report paints an incredible picture of why Microsoft abandoned the smartphone market: Android and iOS now account basically 100 percent of all new smartphone sales.
Today: Microsoft president recommends a 'Digital Geneva Convention', Forza video games top $1 billion in sales, Microsoft delays Patch Tuesday, much more.
Outlook.com Premium is an affordable way to set up an online identity with a custom domain. But there are a few gotchas to know about.
Microsoft's new Email Insights app for Windows 10 promises faster, more relevant email searches than what's possible today in Microsoft Outlook 2016 or Gmail.
Verizon Wireless announced this week that it will once again offer an unlimited data plan for individuals. It comes with a caveat, of course. But this is still a welcome change.
Microsoft's next Build conference is happening at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle in early May. If you want to join us there for the show, you should move quickly.
Android Wear hasn't seen much success, but Google is quietly pushing forward. And this week, you can buy the first Android Wear 2.0 devices, including the LG Watch Style.
It's time for new leadership at Apple, a rudderless company that is now drunkenly bouncing from project to project, looking for its next big hit.
There's no announcement from Microsoft, but Outlook.com Premium has shed its Preview tag, meaning it is now generally available. The bad news? It's still offered only in the US.