Microsoft used to push its productivity ecosystem by promoting how its products worked better when used together. Today, Apple has picked up this mantle.
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It’s finally here: Microsoft has announced that it will soon start delivering the May 2021 Update, which will upgrade Windows 10 to version 21H1.
The M1 version of the MacBook Pro for the most part delivers on the performance, compatibility, and battery life that Apple promises.
It is, perhaps, the worst-kept secret in personal technology, but Microsoft today announced the Surface Laptop 4, plus several new accessories aimed at meetings.
We’ve seen lots of reports about the iPhone 12 Mini underperforming Apple’s sales projections, but now the firm has cut production.
Google’s Chrome OS and the Chromebooks on which it runs turn 10 years old today, and the company is announcing some new features to celebrate.
According to a new AdDuplex report, Windows 10 version 20H2 is now in use on over 20 percent of Windows 10-based PCs.
For the past two weeks, I’ve been using an Intel Evo-based Razer Book 13 and an Apple M1-based MacBook Pro, pitting the two head-to-head in various ways.
Apple has released an iCloud Passwords extension that lets you use your Safari-based passwords in Google Chrome for Windows.
Last month, I wrote about our need to stop supporting the current edition of the Windows 10 Field Guide and somehow move forward. Here’s the plan.
Microsoft today announced that a new Pulse Red version of the Xbox Wireless Controller will become available starting February 9.
In the wake of draft anti-monopoly rules it introduced in November, China announced today that it has launched an antitrust investigation into Alibaba.
Happy Friday and Happy Holidays! With 2020 finally winding down, here’s a great set of reader questions to get you in the holiday spirit.
In a bizarre move, Facebook has taken out full-page ads in major U.S. newspapers to accuse Apple of hurting small businesses. You know, like Facebook.
Brave announced today that it is integrating a privacy-preserving news reader called Brave Today into its flagship web browser.
Happy Friday! Because of next week’s Thanksgiving holiday, this will be the last Ask Paul for November. So let’s get the weekend started...
My Apple iPhone 12 arrived today, as expected, and so I’ve begun the arduous process of installing apps and configuring the new handset.
Google Nest Audio was announced last week during a virtual event alongside new Pixel handsets and the Chromecast with Google TV.
Last month, I reported that Microsoft appeared to be rebranding Bing to Microsoft Bing. Today, the software giant confirmed this change.
Seagate’s 1 TB Game Drive for Xbox Series X/s is now available for preorder at Best Buy if you’ve already run out of storage somehow.
LG is offering a unique take on folding and dual-screen smartphones, the Wing 5G, which features a second hidden screen.
Google is taking Android to 11 in the latest release, but there’s no real excitement or major new features to discuss, just continued evolution.
With the National Football League (NFL)’s first season under COVID starting this weekend, Microsoft is on hand to help out.
Thanks to rampant leaks, Microsoft has gone public with the Xbox Series S, exactly one week after I practically begged it to.
Toshiba this week confirmed that it has sold the remaining stake in its laptop business to Sharp and is formally exiting the PC market.
In the wake of its 7 nm disaster, Intel today announced that it would reorganize to accelerate its releases and improve focus and accountability.