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 October, 2019 Stories
Andrew and Paul discuss this week's Made by Google event and new Pixel 4, Pixelbook Go, Nest Wifi, and more.
What does Windows 10 version 1909 mean to developers? As it turns out, absolutely nothing.
Microsoft today announced that it has added four new hero and villain characters to the Gears 5 multiplayer experience.
Apple has made its Apple TV app available on Roku living room set-top boxes, dramatically expanding the appeal of its services.
Apple’s best iPhone is powerful, capable, and smart enough to draw interest from the Android crowd. Only its high pricetag stands in the way.
The Pixel 4 will debut with Google’s Live Caption feature, bringing automatic captioning to any audio or video played on the devices.
Chinese technology giant Huawei reported that Q3 revenues jumped 27 percent thanks to stronger than expected smartphone sales.
Google’s press event today was curiously subdued and even boring at times. But there was one major highlight.
Microsoft released the first public preview of its coming Project xCloud game streaming service today. Here’s a quick peek.
Microsoft has started the public preview for the Project xCloud game streaming service that it first announced in late 2018.
As part of a broader effort to end the toxicity on Xbox Live, Microsoft today introduced message safety features to the service.
Microsoft today announced the availability of Mixer Academy, a new resource for building your Mixer expertise.
While Chromebooks are compatible with USB-based docks, the experience is a bit limited and less than ideal in my experience.
Microsoft is partnering with the Girls Scouts of USA to offer free STEM badge workshops at its retail stores.
Here’s the 14-inch ThinkBook 14s, which offers all of the advantages of the ThinkBook 13s but with a larger, 14-inch display.
A reliable Apple leaker claims that the firm will release the long-awaited iPhone SE 2 in early 2020 with a $400 starting price.
Android app support completes the Chrome OS application story in many ways. But it also introduces some complexities with which you'll need to deal.
After being Sherlocked by Apple in macOS Catalina, Astropad is bringing its iPad as a second screen solution to Windows.
I have been burned by the poor quality of Google’s Pixel handsets so many times that even considering a Pixel 4 should seem crazy.
Here’s a very quick follow-up to my previous write-up about iOS gaming with an Xbox Wireless Controller.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss Microsoft's Windows 10 version 1909 announcement, Windows Virtual Desktop, Xbox, and much more.
Happy Friday! This was a little later than I’d hoped, but it’s still just in time to kick off the weekend.
After many long months, Microsoft has finally fixed a Windows 10 version 1903 blocking issue for Surface Book 2.
Amazon has made its Amazon Music app available on the Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD running tvOS 12.0 or later.
OnePlus is upgrading its flagship smartphone to match the capabilities of the OnePlus 7T. But not in the United States.
I figured it was time to use my Xbox Wireless Controller with Apple Arcade and other games on iOS 13/iPadOS 13.
Grammarly says that it will expand on its AI-powered digital writing assistant with a new product for businesses of all size.