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, 2019 Stories
HP today announced new Envy laptops and convertibles for consumers and a new lineup of ProBooks and HP ProDesk PCs for small businesses.
On the second anniversary of its release, Microsoft has announced some new milestones for Teams, its chat-based collaboration solution.
Originally expected by the end of 2017, the retro-inspired Atari VCS has been delayed yet again, this time to the end of 2019.
Call of Duty: Mobile was originally heading only to China, but now the game is getting a worldwide launch, Activision says.
Google will announce a multi-platform game streaming service today that appears to be similar to Microsoft’s Project xCloud.
No surprise here, but Netflix confirmed last night that it will not participate in Apple’s coming video service.
Google’s new mid-range smartphones will allegedly not be called Pixel 3 Lite and Lite XL as previously reported.
Sony’s cord-cutting solution now lets you view four different channels at the same time on Apple TV.
Many industry pundits called on Microsoft to spin off Xbox over the years. But then something happened, as we say in the Microsoft community.
Apple this morning announced a new 10.5-inch iPad Air, which oddly doesn’t replace the 9.7-inch iPad, and a new iPad Mini.
Interested in testing Halo: The Master Chief Collection on the PC? Well, here’s your chance.
Activision is doing everything it can to turn away long-time Call of Duty fans these days. And it’s starting to work.
When Google announced the first beta release of Android Q this past week, I resolved to ignore it. That lasted about two hours.
Spotify branded Apple as a monopolist in its response to a wordy but insubstantial Apple statement about its App Store policies.
For now, I’ve chosen a solution called Castbox that appears to offer everything that I used to like about Pocket Casts.
Qualcomm has won an important legal victory as part of its multi-tiered legal battle against Apple.
This one fixes a few more issues and introduces a Windows Defender Application Guard browser extension for businesses using Chrome and Firefox.
Happy Friday, and happy Ides of March. Here’s another attempt at answering some great questions from readers.
Microsoft has revealed that it will retire the ability to stream music from OneDrive to the Groove Music app in Windows 10.
Apple responded to Spotify’s complaint about its abusive business practices in the only way it can: Ineffectively.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss a new Windows 7 courtesy prompt, tons of Xbox news, Windows 10 19H1 and 20H1, and more.
Andrew and Paul discuss Apple's upcoming service event and how its rumored TV service will impact other streaming services.
Apple announced today that it will host its 30th annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose from June 3 to 7.
Huawei admitted this week that it has developed its own smartphone and PC operating systems as an emergency measure.
Here’s some more evidence that the release of the Microsoft Edge/Chromium Insider Preview build is imminent.
Microsoft has been using Windows 10 Home users as guinea pigs for its Windows as a Service (WaaS) scheme.
Google today issued Android Q Beta 1, which adds enhancements for foldable phones, new privacy and security features, and more.