Here's what else is happening today. I'm heading to the UK this week, Xbox One comes on strong in late 2015, Apple gives design a bad name, and much more.
AT&T Wireless says it will be the first U.S. carrier to offer Microsoft's new Lumia 950, with the device hitting store shelves on November 20 as expected.
Having experienced Windows Hello, I've come to a surprising conclusion about Windows 10's biometric sign-in. You may want to just give it the finger.
Microsoft was building a tool to make it easier for Android developers to port code to run in the Windows Store but that project is now on hold.
The first version of Windows 10 Field Guide is now available. We target the November Update (version 1511) release for this initial release of the book.
Surface Book can transform into a desktop PC with the help of Surface Dock, a versatile new accessory that comes with a few challenges.
The latest version of Outlook Mail for Windows 10 Mobile now supports linked inboxes, a key Windows phone feature that was dropped from previous builds.
Here's what else is happening today. My guess on Project Astoria roadblocks, a confidence-inspiring error message, and supporting the return of MST3K.
Microsoft today announced updates to PowerPoint 2016 for Windows and Windows Mobile that make it easier to build impressive looking layouts and transitions.
Building off the success of its Windows Insider program, Microsoft today announced a similar program for Office, which focuses on Office 2016 for Windows.
On this episode, I talk about how Microsoft has executed its second major push of Windows 10, Surface Dock woes, and where is that Windows 10 Mobile Update.
Mozilla announced this week that its flagship Firefox web browser is now available on iPhone and iPad. What took so long? Its been on Android for years.
There is a lot going on today, so let's get to it: Windows 10 build 10586 was a release candidate, Apple is killing Beats Music, Black Ops III: PS4 vs. XBO.
The November updates for OneNote provide new features across multiple platforms, including Windows (desktop), web, Android, iPhone, iPad and iPad Pro.
Some are not getting the November Update for Windows 10, despite being otherwise up-to-date. I think I know the reason. And I definitely have the solution.
The Windows 10 November Update is now generally available. This major update brings a handful of new features for users but major changes for businesses.
What else is happening today? A Windows 10 Field Guide update, Office on iPad Pro, Tim Cook on Surface Book, an inexpensive new Roku, Firefox OS on Android.
In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss the Windows 10 November Update, the Xbox One New Experience, and more.
The New Xbox One Experience is now rolling out, bringing a major UI refresh, performance improvements, and backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games.
Box has completed work on the universal app version of its cloud storage app, providing a single solution across Windows 10-based PCs, tablets, and phones
Happy Veteran's Day. What else is happening today? The iPad Pro reviews are in, COD: Black Ops III is a huge hit, and Google is finally killing Chrome on XP.
I'm happy to announce the first major changes to this web site, which is now running on faster hardware and features a lightweight, fully responsive new UX.
In the latest episode of What the Tech, Andrew Zarian and I discuss what to expect from the Fall Update for Windows 10 and the Xbox One New Experience.
Apple just delivered its first major app for Android, Apple Music, bringing the new music service to the largest mobile ecosystem, at least in beta form.
While the iPad Pro was inevitable, it also points to a crisis of original thought at Apple, which has been coasting on the iPhone's coattails for too long.
What else is happening today? A Thurrott.com visual refresh is coming soon, Anandtech takes on Surface Book battery life, and Sony finally kills Betamax.
Google has announced that its Google Maps mobile app for Android (and, soon, iOS) is finally getting true offline capabilities with downloadable maps.