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 September, 2020 Stories
OnePlus announced today that it will debut its next flagship, the OnePlus 8T, on October 14 at 10 am ET via a virtual launch event.
Now that Microsoft has finalized Windows 10 version 20H2 you can easily install it ahead of its general release to the public.
With its stellar design, display, camera system, and S Pen, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra sits at the pinnacle of the smartphone market.
Andrew and Paul discuss the release of iOS 14, Paul’s Apple Watch preorder, Sony’s PS5 pricing announcement, and the LG Wing.
Microsoft announced today that it has finalized the development of Windows 10 version 20H2 and will release it in October if all goes well.
Happy Friday! Here is a particularly diverse and interesting set of questions to kick off the weekend.
It’s already obvious that the Amazon Halo just isn’t for me. It offers only a small range of health measurements and there's no display.
Sony confirmed this week that its upcoming PlayStation 5 console will not provide backward compatibility with PS3, PS2, or PS1 games.
Microsoft announced today that it is opening preorders for the Xbox Series S and Series X at 8 am PT/11 am ET on Tuesday, September 22.
The new HP EliteBook 840 could be the perfect business-class laptop for the pandemic: It can even withstand being sanitized with normal household wipes.
Apple normally ships new versions of its Safari web browser with new macOS releases, but the firm didn’t release macOS Big Sur this week.
Microsoft talks about meeting its users where they are, but it ignores its iPhone users in Your Phone, and now with iOS 14 widgets too.
The Amazon Halo is the anti-Apple Watch, a fitness band with no display and some understandable privacy concerns.
Amazon announced today that it has released podcast support in Amazon Music in the U.S., U.K., Germany, and Japan.
Windows 10 Your Phone’s App feature is now available on more Samsung smartphones, Microsoft says.
Spotify has already issued an antitrust complaint about Apple One, Apple’s bundling of its own online services.
I watched and wrote about yesterday’s Apple event in real-time, and then I watched it again. And then I asked my wife to watch it too.
Adobe announced today that Illustrator will ship on iPad next month, the second major CC application to make the leap to mobile.
Note: This would normally be a Premium post, but thanks to Microsoft, we are able to offer it to all readers without any roadblocks. --Paul
While most Microsoft 365 users are probably familiar with core Office apps, there are many other apps that are less well-known. Lists is a key example.
In addition to new Apple Watches and Apple One, Apple today also announced two new iPads, a new 10.2-inch iPad and a new iPad Air.
As expected, Apple today announced the bundling of its existing services into Apple One, which will be available in three tiers.
With its new iPhones delayed at least a month, Apple instead just launched two of the other products it would normally announce this month.
Microsoft will soon issue an update for Xbox One that provides a bit of information about the telemetry data that it collects.
Bloomberg reports that Sony has had to cut PlayStation 5 production by 4 million units due to issues manufacturing its chipsets.
Amazon FreeTime and FreeTime Unlimited are now called Amazon Kids and Amazon Kids+, and each is getting new content and features.
Microsoft announced today that its C++ extension for Visual Studio Code is now generally available in non-beta form.