Google released its Pixel and Pixel XL handsets in October 2016, escalating its battle with Apple and the iPhone. Six months later, it's time for another check-in.
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Instagram this week announced that it now has over 700 million users, a dramatic increase in usage since last year. Count me in: My own usage of this service has likewise increased.
The Samsung Galaxy S8+ is unquestionably the best smartphone I've ever owned, a gorgeous and modern device with great performance and a superior camera. And I have to return it.
This Spring, Microsoft will make its upteenth attempt to get developers excited about Windows 10 at Build 2017. But as users have discovered, the apps platform in Windows 10 isn't in any way enticing. And it's OK.
Microsoft today detailed the new features and improvements that it delivered to Office 365 users this month. Key among them are the releases of Outlook Customer Manager and Microsoft To-Do.
For the past few weeks, I've been evaluating three smartphones that represent some of the best choices available in their respective pricing categories. Here are some early recommendations.
Even for a seasoned device reviewer such as myself, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ presents such a wide range of unique capabilities that trying to understand it all up front quickly becomes overwhelming.
Google announced today that its Googe Home digital personal assistant appliance now supports multiple users, answering one of my key complaints. I believe it is the first such device to offer this support.
My Samsung Galaxy S8+ arrived this morning, and it's going to take quite a while to get up and running with this new handset. But first impressions matter. And the Galaxy S8+ is stunning.
On quick inspection, the Moto G5 Plus looks like a solid handset, with a nice metal body, a crisp and clear 5.2-inch screen, and some quirky and unique Motorola flourishes.
Microsoft's new note taking application, To Do, has quietly launched and you can download all the apps today for nearly every platform.
Microsoft announced today that Groups is starting to rollout via Outlook on Mac, iOS, and Android. This feature is already available on Windows and the web.
OK, I promise I won't keep providing daily updates like this. But I'm captivated by the OnePlus 3T in ways I never was with the Pixel XL. And my appreciation grows by the day.
While it's easy to get excited by the shiny new bauble that just arrived in the mail, sometimes you just need a single day to gain new perspective. Not in this case.
I've long felt that Microsoft should sell its own Android handsets, replacing the Lumia lineup with devices that customers actually want. But there's one crucial missing piece.