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 November, 2018 Stories
A few people have told me that Microsoft's inability to ship Windows 10 version 1809 was a victimless crime.
Google today relaunched its Files Go file management app for Android as Files by Google.
Leo, Mary Jo, and I discuss Javier Soltero's exit, the Windows 10 1809 fiasco, Apple copying Microsoft yet again, and much more.
Microsoft this week announced that it is adding some new AI-powered features to Word across Windows, Mac, and the web.
It may be over four years old, but Surface Pro 3 continues to be served with new firmware updates by Microsoft.
Samsung didn't just announce a foldable display yesterday. Here are some of the firm's other interesting initiatives.
Sony has quietly released a quieter new version of its PlayStation 4 Pro video game console.
I was told to expect that the OnePlus 6T in-display fingerprint reader was a bit slow. Well, here's a pleasant surprise.
Yes, the Intel version of the HP Envy x2 is better, overall, than the Snapdragon 835 model. But it comes with its own unique compromises as well.
Samsung finally unveiled its first-ever foldable display design today. Folks, this is no gimmick.
Andrew and I revisit the Apple announcement from last week and try to figure out if the iPad Pro can replace a laptop.
Google will expand the protection functionality in Chrome and start blocking all ads on known-abusive websites.
Six months after promising to do so, Microsoft has delivered Timeline on Android, courtesy of a major Microsoft Launcher update.
When it launched on Xbox One last December, Player Unknown's Battleground (PUBG) was a console exclusive.
Opera today announced Opera for Android 48, which blocks annoying cookie and privacy dialogs and adds several other new features.
With its users reporting a wide range of reliability issues, Google has slowly started fixing problems with its Pixel 3 handsets.
The Microsoft Store will get improvements to Shopping Cart and Wish List on Windows 10, Xbox One, and the web.
It looks like someone didn't get the memo: Barnes & Noble inexplicably announced a new Nook tablet today.
Following in the footsteps of its impressive predecessor, the OnePlus 6T shrinks the notch and adds an in-display fingerprint reader.
Over the weekend, I got the new Intel NUC up and running with the RAM and storage I previously purchased for the original unit.
Microsoft's SwiftKey will soon be updated to support Bing search directly from the mobile keyboard.
Apple's iPhone XR has apparently gotten off to a slow start. So Apple is canceling plans to boost production over the holidays.
A big part of Android's appeal is that you can customize it to your needs and preferences. How far can we take this?
In the wake of Apple's revelation that it will no longer report unit sales of its devices, analysts are trying to figure out what it all means.
Intel's latest generation of NUC mini-PCs and kits represent a major step up from the NUC I reviewed two years ago.
Happy Friday. Here's the first Ask Paul for November 2018.
The biggest question about the new MacBook Air is how Apple's use of a middling Y-series Intel processor will impact performance.