14 long months after Microsoft first made Windows 10 available to the world, it has started selling third-party Windows Hello-compatible peripherals via its retail and online stores. What took so long?
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This week, spurious reports emerged about Microsoft---or Lenovo, or Windows 10---blocking the install of Linux on Signature PCs sold through the Microsoft Store. Sorry, conspiracy buffs. It's not true.
Android fans who are suffering from iPhone envy will only have a few more weeks to compose themselves. On October 4, two weeks from today, Google will announce its next-generation Android flagships and a bunch of other new hardware.
While my time with the iPhone 7 Plus has still been brief, I was able to use it out in the world over the past day and have some further impressions about Apple's new flagship handset. This is a device worthy of discussion and debate.
The new iPhone is here and I have had a couple hours to play with the new model that has several updates but also a few cutbacks as well.
I'm a big fan of the InFocus Kangaroo PC, an innovative mini-PC that offers Windows Hello compatibility and other unique features. But this week, InFocus announced the Kangaroo Notebook. It's like the Kangaroo PC ... to go.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Dell introduces XPS laptops with Windows 10 in new colors, Tim Cook casts his vote for AR over VR, the Pixel Launcher is a thing, and I make fun of terrible headlines.
Microsoft started rolling out its latest cumulative update to PCs yesterday, and today HoloLens is getting the same treatment with an update primarily focused on the smaller niggling issues throughout the operating system.
Yesterday, Brad exclusively revealed Microsoft's plans to retreat from its Band efforts: The firm won't ship a Band 3 this year, and will almost certainly never do so. Now what?
With the Band 2 reaching its end of life and no Band 3 on the horizon, the future of the company's health initiative is a bit foggy.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about a new optical insert for HoloLens developed by New York lens manufacturer Rochester Optical. As promised, we reached out to the company, received more information, and got our hands on a release candidate to take for a spin. In the box was a felt-lined case, not unlike what you would see […]
It pains me to admit this, but I've come to the conclusion that Apple was right to drop the headphone jack from the iPhone 7. And while there may be some short-term pain from this change, the firm's ability to push forward is both notable and---God help me---even admirable.
A new report finally shines some light on what we can expect from Microsoft hardware this fall. And it looks like a long-rumored Surface All-In-One may be making its first appearance.
Today, Apple announced its second-generation smart watch, called Apple Watch Series 2. The new wearables will feature new fitness capabilities, including GPS and water resistance, improved performance, and a dramatically brighter display.