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
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.
Microsoft's inability to ship Windows 10 version 1809 is embarrassing. Its inability to communicate what's happening is unacceptable.
Apple this week said that it would be much less transparent about device sales. The era of explosive unit sales growth is over.
Leo, Mary Jo, and I discuss 1.5 billion Windows PCs in use, Windows 10 version 1809, GitHub, Microsoft earnings, and more.
Andrew and I discuss this week's Apple iPad and Mac announcements. Has Apple pricing gotten too expensive?
Apple posted another record-setting quarter today, with a net income of $14.1 billion on revenues of $62.9 billion.
There's no official announcement yet, but it looks like Google will soon rename its Project Fi wireless service to Google Fi.
Like many, I was looking forward to a new MacBook Air, and I had expected to buy the upgrade the moment it became available.
Sonos will not be able to deliver Google Assistant support to its home speaker systems in 2018 as planned.
If you're looking for a flagship smartphone and don't want to spend upwards of $1000, OnePlus is there for you.
Microsoft today announced what it calls the “next major evolution” of its Mixer game streaming service, which it calls Season 2.
As part of an earnings announcement, Fitbit announced that half of its revenues now come from smartwatch sales.
As part of its most recent quarterly earnings report, Spotify revealed that it now has 191 million monthly active users.
An anxious user base is still waiting on Microsoft to successfully release the current version of Windows 10. But we get this instead.
Microsoft this week documented the new functionality it announced across Microsoft 365 in October.
Microsoft this released the latest version of its Skype experience to the web in preview form.
Intel has finally come clean on the microprocessor that Apple is using in the new MacBook Air. There's some good news and some bad news.
You might have missed this, but the most surprising thing about this week's Apple event was that the firm just quietly raised prices again.
OnePlus is bringing some of the software improvements in the OnePlus 6T to its predecessor, and they are now available in preview form.
Happy Halloween! Microsoft has delivered the first two Games with Gold titles for November a day early. And they're both must-haves.