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After more than 1500 miles, I have a few observations about owning an electric car and considerations before buying your own.
The Surface Studio was designed to challenge the iMac in every way - while the design has aged well, it's specs have not.
In what was started as a simple forum message, quickly became a meme among Surface fans.
From a different perspective, here is Brad's first 24hrs with the Xbox Series X.
For fans of Surface, the unveiling of the Surface Pro 4, Surface Book, Lumia 950, Band 2, and more was peak hardware.
Windows has undergone a significant transition during the past few years and here is how Terry Myerson made his mark on the operating system.
Going electric isn't for everyone but it's certainly possible - this is how I ended up with a Model Y.
Following the success of the Surface Pro 3, it was time to look at bigger ambitions for the Surface brand but there was one little problem.
When Microsoft started building their own PCs, their partners were not exactly happy with this move.
The Mini may have been small but it makes up a unique bit of history for the Surface brand.
The remodel is done and this is the background info on how it was completed and what it cost to overhaul our basement.
There is an interesting dynamic between parenting and the Internet where it can be tough to balance access to information but not letting usage distract from other activities.
With their backs to the wall and nearly everything aligned for them to fail, the Surface team had to find a better solution.
The twelfth chapter discusses how a perfect storm of Windows, Surface, and changing market conditions forced two executives from their positions.
The eleventh chapter discusses how Microsoft's most successful promotion of the Surface hardware was actually an accident.
As I have done for the past couple of years, I like to write down what I am using at the end of the year to see how things have changed.
The tenth chapter dives into the second iteration of the Surface RT 2 but what the story really tells, is how Brad, Paul, and Mary Jo started working together.
This past week, we were in Orlando for Ignite 2019 and when we were not busy writing posts, here's what was going on behind the scenes.
The eighth chapter dives into the second interation of the Surface RT 2 but what the story really tells, is how Brad, Paul, and Mary Jo started working together.
The seventh chapter dives into the turmoil surrounding the writedown of the Surface RT inventory and the long-lasting impacts this decision had on the Surface brand.
Chapter six brings together many of the major hurdles in the development of the Surface RT; it all comes crashing together.
Chapter five is all about Microsoft finally showing the world its new tablet but not everything went according to plan.
The past couple of weeks, we have been on the road and as we have done before, we filmed a bit about what happens when the blog posts are not being written.
Microsoft's Surface tablet is what started off the company's hardware adventure - here's the commentary for the fourth chapter of Beneath a Surface.
Microsoft is hosting its Build 2019 developer conference this week in Seattle. And yes, Brad, Mary Jo, and I are here to cover the show.