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  • Thurrott Daily: May 1

    Thurrott Daily: May 1

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    Here are some tech tidbits from around the web: an update on the great photo-scanning event of 2016, Windows 95 on the Apple Watch features the world’s most twee Start button, Bing for iOS now lets you search images by taking a photo, and more.

    Thurrott Daily: April 27

    Thurrott Daily: April 27

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    Tech tidbits from around the web: Microsoft open sources the Xamarin SDK, Office Lens for iOS and Android is updated, Google expands Android Wear bands to better compete with Apple Watch, a reminder about Amazon cloud storage, more.

    Apple Watch in Perspective

    Apple Watch in Perspective

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    Apple Watch is divisive among tech enthusiasts, with Apple fanboys eagerly declaring the product a winner and its detractors calling it an utter failure. As is often the case, the truth is a bit less well-defined, and the future of Apple Watch is of course a lot less certain.

    Thurrott Daily: April 24

    Thurrott Daily: April 24

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    Tech tidbits from around the web: Inside Bash on Windows, using Project Fi with non-Nexus phones, Android N will support 3D Touch too, Apple Watch apps must be standalone by June, Another legal out for Apple, and a new Jason Bourne trailer.

    Thurrott Daily: April 13

    Thurrott Daily: April 13

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    Tech tidbits from around the web: evidence of updated Xbox One emerges, sort of, Skype for Business Updated on Android and iOS, Spotify declares war on Sweden, HTC's New Android phone supports Apple's AirPlay, and you'll be able to get your USB-C cables tested.

    Thurrott Daily: April 10

    Thurrott Daily: April 10

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    Happy Sunday. A few tech tidbits and random musings: Microsoft again affirms it's ready for cross-network play with PS4, "the year of desktop Linux" is still a joke, Redditor unearths Easter egg in 'Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!' 30 years later, Project Fi and RTFM, and Google launches Android Studio 2.0.

    Thurrott Daily: April 9

    Thurrott Daily: April 9

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    Tech tidbits from around the web: Manage your Edge favorites with EdgeManage, Windows 10 1511 becomes Current Branch for business customers, Microsoft adjusts Patch Tuesday schedule for Office, Microsoft Translator for iOS is updated, and Skype Green Eggs and Ham.

    Thurrott Daily: April 8

    Thurrott Daily: April 8

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    Tech tidbits from around the web: NexDock is now fully funded, you might be able to get the new Outlook.com earlier, Microsoft Edge will handle Flash a lot more elegantly, Microsoft improves its Arrow Launcher for Android, Microsoft could be adding lock screen-based camera to Windows phones, more.

    Thurrott Daily: April 7

    Thurrott Daily: April 7

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    Tech tidbits from around the web: Microsoft has purchased MileIQ, a Minecraft: Story Mode skin pack update is now available, a new Huawie smart phones features dual Leica cameras, takes fantastic photos, Samsung revenues up on strong Galaxy S7 sales, more.

    Thurrott Daily: April 6

    Thurrott Daily: April 6

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    Tech tidbits from around the web: How to learn Xamarin for free, more Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book deals, a Windows phone collapse in Europe, the Vivaldi web browser is now available, Amazon is prepping a new high-end Kindle e-reader, and fun stuff for fans of Stephen King.

    Thurrott Daily: April 4

    Thurrott Daily: April 4

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    Tech tidibts from around the web: Some thoughts about a possible Surface 4, this is what would have happened to Nokia if they had gone Android, the iPhone SE is just as bendy and breakable as other iPhones, and championing "lawful hacking" is just another way to see the world in black and white.

    The Future of Cortana

    The Future of Cortana

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    Microsoft has moved much more quickly than Apple to integrate its personal digital assistant technology across a wide range of product types. And at Build 2016 last week, we got a fascinating peek at where Cortana is going next: Which is to say, everywhere.

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