Paul Thurrott is an award-winning technology journalist and blogger with over 20 years of industry experience and the author of over 25 books. He is the News Director for the Petri IT Knowledgebase, the major domo at Thurrott.com, and the co-host of three tech podcasts: Windows Weekly with Leo Laporte and Mary Jo Foley, What the Tech with Andrew Zarian, and First Ring Daily with Brad Sams. He was formerly the senior technology analyst at Windows IT Pro and the creator of the SuperSite for Windows.
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Recent March, 2020 Stories
Microsoft has released a preview version of a dual-screen layout control for Java and Kotlin developers targeting Surface Duo.
With the WPF .NETpad now roughly functionally identical to the WinForms version, I’m starting to think about additional unique features.
My Mint Mobile SIM arrived this morning, so I decided to throw caution to the wind and make the switch immediately.
Even with Spring in full motion, this weekend will be a lot less interesting than usual. Thanks, Coronavirus!
Andrew and Paul discuss how the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting education, new iPadOS support for mouse and trackpad, and the Huawei P40 series.
After pausing previously-planned Chrome and Chrome OS updates because of the Coronavirus, Google today revealed its new schedule.
Microsoft has issued a new cumulative update for Windows Insiders in the Slow ring, and this one is so minor it’s almost comical.
The latest AdDuplex report has some interesting news for Windows fans. But what it doesn’t say is really bad news for Surface fans.
AMD has confirmed that a hacker has stolen and leaked some of the source code for its custom Xbox Series X graphics processor.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss pauses for Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge updates, a Teams usage surge, how Microsoft's cloud services are holding up, and more.
Apple has implemented what it calls “full third-party cookie blocking” in Safari, making its web browser even more private.
The latest Fast ring build sees the return of the “tablet posture experiment” that it briefly tested with version 20H1.
Let’s add Find, Find Next/Previous, Replace/Replace All, and Auto Save and make the WPF version of .NETpad functionally complete.
Thanks to a variety of factors, I’ve pulled the trigger on something I’ve been investigating for a long time. I’m switching to Mint Mobile.
With the release of iPadOS 13.4 today, Apple has finally done what its fans and critics alike have been begging for.
In this installment, we’ll implement several more Edit menu items in the WPF version of .NETpad and create a custom Input Box.
The new Spectre x360 13 arrives in the smallest-possible premium chassis, offering a perfect blend of good looks, performance, and portability.
Microsoft announced that it is canceling Inspire 2020, the firm’s annual partner conference, which was set for July.
Microsoft announced today that Panos Panay has appointed Amanda Langowski as the new lead for the Windows Insider Program.
Google has launched its newly virtual Google for Games Developer Summit March 2020 online today.
After hitting pause on Chromium 81 because of the Coronavirus pandemic, Google now says it will skip Chromium 82 as well.
Two prominent sources of Apple leaks agree that the electronics giant plans to bring sensor-shift image stabilization to iPhone this year.
In this installment, we’ll create an About box for the WPF version of .NETpad and start building out the Edit menu.
In this installment of the development of the WPF version of .NETpad, we’ll create a custom Font dialog using XAML and data binding.
This week, Microsoft revealed that it is pausing updates to the Stable channel for the new Edge, delaying the release of version 81.
Less than three weeks after announcing that it was canceling its in-person I/O event this year, Google has canceled it for good.
Spring is finally here, though the Coronavirus has dulled the celebration. But here’s a great set of questions to kick off the weekend.