Another day, another batch of tidbits from around the web: How to really get rid of Windows 10 nagware, a Surface executive's dangerous opinion of iPad Pro, "Homefront" is finally getting a sequel, and Elon Musk says Apple Car is an "open secret."
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Here are some tidbits from around the web: A weird tease for a coming Xbox One feature, another Half-Life disaster, the big problem with Apple News, Apple to introduce Night Mode in iOS 9, and AT&T is sort-of bringing back unlimited data.
While Google's Chromecast Audio is an amazing and inexpensive way to fill a room or even a whole house with sound, the firm offers other ways to achieve the same ends. And this week at CES, Google announced coming updates to both.
Here a few tidbits from around the web: Windows Store to get its first AAA game title, Microsoft has augmented reality competition, Nexus 6P goes gold, Huawei shipped 108 million smartphones in 2015, and questions about whether Apple is cutting iPhone production.
I'm drowning in news from CES, so here are some quick tidbits from around the web: You can buy the Lumia 550 from Microsoft now, Amazon has not stopped selling the 950 XL, Acer Liquid Jade Primo coming in February, and more.
Here are some other tidbits from around the web: Windows 10 usage hits 164 million devices by end of 2015, AT&T kills two-year contract, and how you can (temporarily) hide crapware on the iPhone home screen.
Happy New Year! With CES happening next week and everyone slowly recovering from the holidays, things are finally starting to pick up again: What Apple can learn from Windows 10, iOS ad blocking, a possible Google book scanning review, and more.
Wearables are all over the map, encompassing everything from high-end smart watches to low-end fitness bands. So there is great choice, but also great confusion. Not helping matters, many aren't sure whether wearables will have any staying power.
Microsoft has released a new app for iOS that is designed to help make your selfies look better but it comes up short on the feature list.
You've adopted an iPhone, but your contacts, email, and calendaring information are tied up in your Outlook.com or Office 365 account. No worries, you can access it all from your iPhone.
Adopting iPhone as your smart phone platform doesn't mean you need to leave Microsoft behind. So this new series will step through the process of getting up and running with your Microsoft-based data and apps on iPhone.
Some tidbits from around the web: Microsoft's fitness tips, Chromecast games, Android vs. iPhone, Pandora deals, a Ford and Google partnership, more.
Some more tidbits from around the web: Your Xbox Live stats from 2015, Apple Music rumored to get Hi-Res Audio in 2016, and a Black Ops III DLC trailer.
A CNN clickbait article about the top mobile apps is important enough to warrant a more detailed analysis. Because it gets as much wrong as it does right.
A few notes from around the web: Microsoft's Holiday Super Sale, a misunderstanding about the success of Kinect, wining some and losing some with universal apps, and some great Android dev videos.
Some other tidbits from around the web: A new Microsoft Apps, um, app on Android, $400 off Windows Server Datacenter, Translator on iOS/Android, dubious Windows 10 advice, free Plex on Xbox.
Microsoft revealed today that it will be providing offline access to files and folders from its OneDrive mobile app on iOS and then Windows phones later.
Slow day today. Here's what I could dredge up: Some dueling mobile payment announcements, a preview of Office 365 Planner, beta support for Apple Music arrives on Sonos.
Other news from around the web: WSJ delivers a Windows 10 universal app, Apple surprised by response to iPhone battery case, Samsung is copying Apple again, more.
A few items from around the web: HP's hilarious cloud offering, Google's AirPlay support and why it matters, smart phones are ruining our posture, and more.
Here are some more tidbits from around the Internets today: Cortana to float, big update for Groove on Windows 10 Mobile, Wal-Mart mobile payments, Tim Cook disses Chromebook.
Windows phone zealots, prepare for a bit of bad news: the firm's Cortana personal digital assistant is now generally available on both Android and iOS.
Google's controversial Surface knock-off, the Pixel C tablet, is now available for purchase for $500 and up, depending on the storage you choose.
An unknown source makes a wild claim: Microsoft's Surface outsold Apple's iPad in October. Well, when you look at online sales anyway. And just in the U.S.
Lots going on today, including a major Surface fail on MNF, how Band 2 estimates VO2 Max, Apple's iPhone 6S battery case, Star Wars game complaints, more.
Not much is changing in the global smart phone market over the next four years, IDC says. That's bad news for Windows phone, as Android continues to dominate the market.
Google Cardboard is awesome, and unlike Microsoft's HoloLens, it's here now, really works, and exceeds expectations. And it just got better with a new app.