Google has announced that its Google Maps mobile app for Android (and, soon, iOS) is finally getting true offline capabilities with downloadable maps.
Microsoft today revealed the full list of Xbox 360 games that will work on the Xbox One once its updated with the New Xbox One Experience, with more to come.
What else is happening today? Solu takes on PC and Mac, Google gets a legal reprieve, Apple launches the iPad Pro this week, Apple wins in court, and more.
I'm using Microsoft's ultimate laptop full-time, and this guide--a complete collection of all of my Surface Book how-to articles---can help you do the same.
Microsoft will soon release the Windows 10 Fall Update, incrementing the OS to version 1511 and providing users with a number of new and improved features.
Happy Saturday. What else is happening today? A Rick Steves Travel Festival webcast, Windows phones security, COD at the movies, Black Friday, more.
Surface Book handles storage expansion quite a bit differently than all previous Surface models, offering a full-sized SD slot rather than microSD.
Microsoft Garage's latest release is an add-in that makes it easier to share PowerPoint presentations or individual slides to Facebook and Twitter.
In the latest episode of What the Tech, Andrew Zarian and I discuss Microsoft's bad news about OneDrive, Andrew's Windows 10 experiences, and new Apple TV.
What else is happening today? A new Star Wars trailer from Japan, the incredible suckness of BO3 on Xbox 360, Microsoft's Lumia with Windows 10 update page.
On this episode, I cover the inside story of the changes to OneDrive, a few minor features coming to Redstone and the TH2 release.
Keeping a Thurrott family tradition, my son and I stayed up past midnight last night so we could play the latest Call of Duty title as soon as possible.
In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Fo and I discuss OneDrive Storagegate, and new builds of Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft has released a new build of Windows 10, 10586 that many believe may be the TH2 fall update but the company has not made the official announcement.
Many are understandably outraged by Microsoft's decision to scale back on the capabilities of OneDrive. But what are the alternatives for Windows users?
Once you're up and running with your new Surface Book, you should consider registering it with Microsoft. You might also extend the warranty to two years.
What else is happening today? Microsoft Movies & TV picks up SRT subtitle support, Google engineer takes on shoddy USB-C cables, Google Maps on iOS, more.
While the NVIDIA dGPU found in some Surface Book models is still somewhat mysterious, those who go this route gain some unique additional capabilities.
Microsoft has opened the doors to Distill, a new user based question and answer service to improve search results, to those who registered for invitations.
In my experience the real-world battery life of Microsoft Band 2 is 24 hours or less if you use the GPS. So my advice is to charge it every day if possible.
Here's what else is happening today: Halo 5 hits $400 million in first week, Microsoft introduces the team behind Arrow, Google knifes Samsung, and more.
Looking at a new Surface? The Microsoft Store is now offering a Surface trade-in program that can net you up to $700 towards the purchase of a new Surface.
Microsoft this week enabled the ability to share web articles via Skype. mimicking similar functionality for Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks.
Microsoft has opened up applications to test Cortana on iOS but they are limiting it to users in the US and China but will expand outward in a few months.
It's going to take me a while to really process Microsoft's unexpected decision to completely hobble its OneDrive cloud storage service. Here's where I'm at.
Firefox 42 is now available, adding tracking protection and tab audio indicators on Windows. And Firefox on Android offers some other new features too.
Microsoft has released a new mouse and keyboard combo and a new standalone mobile mouse and I take a closer look at the new devices.