Brad Sams has more than a decade of writing and publishing experience under his belt including helping to establish new and seasoned publications From breaking news about upcoming Microsoft products to telling the story of how a billion dollar brand was birthed in his book, Beneath a Surface, Brad is a well-rounded journalist who has established himself as a trusted name in the industry.
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Microsoft has announced Xbox Play Anywhere, buy a game once and play on both Xbox and PC.
As expected, Microsoft has announced a new, smaller, Xbox One console that they are calling the S. The announcement was made at the company’s E3 keynote being held in Los Angeles.
A smaller Xbox One, called the Xbox One S has leaked ahead of Microsoft's E3 conference scheduled for tomorrow.
On this episode, I cover more about Xbox E3 plans, new build of Windows, and should Microsoft get in trouble for the Windows 10 upgrade tactics?
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 today for Fast ring, both desktop and mobile, users which you can grab now by searching for the update using Windows update. In this release, there are a couple of new features, a new icon and improvements to Ink.
Microsoft's gaming strategy to take on Steam and Sony is coming into focus with the groundwork being set to build out a larger gaming community.
Microsoft is working on a new to-do style app currently called Project Cheshire and while it is not available currently, I was able to get my hands on the product.
Have you noticed a rise in the spam email getting into your Outlook.com account? If so, you are not alone.
On this special report, it's all about Xbox, Xbox, Xbox and a little bit about Windows phone too.
The HTC Vive is now shipping and after playing with one for a few days, here's my first impression of the new VR device.
Microsoft's approach to releasing apps is limiting the market share of its products because it focuses on the US when its audience reaches a much broader scale.
On this episode, I cover the all the news that Microsoft announced this week including feature phones going bye bye, browsers market share, promoted apps and its impossible to avoid Google I/O.
If you have an Android phone and are running the latest version of the Windows 10 Insider builds, your notifications will now sync to your desktop.
Microsoft is bringing its Health app to the desktop and they are also releasing a new 'Explore' tile for the Band that will track your hikes.
Microsoft is adding more 'promoted' apps to the Start menu with the next Windows 10 update that will arrive in July.
On this episode, I cover the all the news that Microsoft announced this week including Windows 10's happy accident, Surface quality control, and is the PC really dead.
If you have been wanting an ad block extension for Edge, you now have two options as Adblock and Adblock Plus are now in the Microsoft store.
On this episode, I cover the all the news that Microsoft announced this week including a little bit about Redstone 3, 300 million Windows Installs, the end of the offer and so much more in the world of Microsoft.
Starting on July 29th, Microsoft will begin disabling the 'Windows 10' upgrade balloon that has been installed on the desktop of Windows 7 and 8 machines.
Microsoft will be releasing the OneDrive UWP app this quarter but a specific date has not been announced.
Google's Chrome browser has passed Internet Explorer to be the most popular desktop browser; ending a multi-decade run by the legacy browser.
On this episode, I cover the all the news that Microsoft announced this week including a new build of Windows 10, Xbox hardware, Office pipes, security threats, apps and so much more.
A new video from Microsoft Research shows how the '3D touch' feature of the McLaren Windows Phone would have worked, if the device was ever released.
At E3 2016, Microsoft will be announcing new hardware that includes a new standard controller along with another device.
Microsoft is planning to release the Anniversary update to Windows 10 in late July, according to the latest internal roadmap.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10 14332, for both desktop and mobile, and they are also kicking-off Bug Bash with Windows Insiders; make sure to check out the bug list as both builds have lots of known issues.
Microsoft released a new build of Windows 10 today that has a significant number of new features and if you want a closer look without installing the build, we have you covered.