A major new release of Office 2016 for Mac aligns the product with the versions on Windows, Android, and iOS.
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Your old iPhone will no longer be slow with the upcoming iOS update that lets you disable intentional slowdowns, at least according to Apple.
Apple this week announced that it will repatriate almost $252 billion in cash that it holds abroad.
Open solutions always win in the end. Which does nothing to explain Apple's success.
Ambient computing is the next major wave of personal computing, and smart speakers are how we get there.
Google Assistant now supports over one million actions, which are essentially things the Assistant can do.
With CES underway in Las Vegas, Google has announced a stunning list of partners that will sell Google Assistant devices in 2018.
I've just arrived in Las Vegas for CES 2018 but the biggest story of the week has already emerged.
With every new piece of hardware having a digital assistant crammed inside, we are about to experience digital overload.
An experiment over the weekend provided a good example of why stickiness matters so much to platform makers.
In 2017, we moved to Pennsylvania and underwent what I think of as Phase 1 of our smart home makeover. For 2018, I have bigger plans.
Microsoft's high volume, low-cost strategy was the winner in the PC market. But will it work with smart speakers too?
Happy New Year to everyone! And welcome to the final installment of "Ask Paul" for 2017.
It's perhaps not surprising that the iPhone dominated the headlines this year. And not always for positive reasons.