Here's what's happening today: I'm coming to the UK with Mary Jo Foley in mid-November, the official Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer debuts, more.
Fans of Lenovo's YOGA convertible laptops won't be surprised to discover that the newest model, the YOGA 900, retains the elegant design of its predecessors.
Here's what's happening today: Yet another controversial change to Windows 10, misunderstanding Microsoft's Windows 10 upgrade mistake, the new Nexus phones.
A new build of Windows 10 has leaked, this time it is version 10568 but there are not any new features in this version.
Here's what's happening today: A game developer dumps on Xbox One, of Intel's desperate attempt to be relevant in mobile, and an iOS jailbreak makes a point
I've come to an uncomfortable conclusion: Unless Microsoft can overcome the app gap, my favorite mobile platform is doomed. Thank goodness for Android.
Microsoft has opened up pre-orders for the 1TB Surface Book with a price of $3199 but the device will not ship until late January.
Happy Saturday. I'll be working on the book for most of the day if possible. But here's what else is happening: George Harrison arrives on Groove, more.
Microsoft reiterated this week that the Lumia 950/950 XL include the most advanced imaging hardware and software that has ever appeared in a Lumia handset.
Here's what's happening today: Lenovo refused to resell Microsoft Surface, Google won its book scanning court case, and new free games from Games with Gold.
Microsoft has issued the first-ever post-RTM Windows 10 build to Windows Insiders on the Slow ring, following the first-ever ISO release of a post-RTM build.
On this episode, we talk about all Windows 10 including the builds of the OS, Redstone, and everything else that occurred this week.
On Thursday, Microsoft started rolling out gapless playback support in Groove, starting first with the Groove mobile app on the Windows 10 Mobile preview.
Microsoft on Thursday took the rare step of releasing the most recent Windows 10 build in ISO form, the first time it has done so since the RTM release.
Microsoft this morning announced a new feature for Skype that lets you more easily start a conversation with others ... including people who don't use Skype.
You don't have to be an Insider to get the new Skype apps: If you're on the release version of Windows 10, you can download them now from the Windows Store.
When Microsoft first announced Windows 10 build 10565, it neglected to mention a very interesting new feature that is debuting in early form in this build.
Here's what's happening today: Yet another trip to New York, this time for Xbox One, JetBlue is adding free Wi-Fi to all of its flights, and more.
In the latest episode of Windows Weekly, Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley and I discuss new builds of Windows 10 for PCs and phones, new Windows 10 PCs, and more.
To get a sense of what this year's $200 PCs look like, I've turned to Lenovo, which offers its Windows 10-based IdeaPad 100S as a Chromebook alternative.
Microsoft has finally provided a new Windows 10 Mobile build to Windows Insiders on the Fast ring. But build 10549 offers yet another roadblock for testers.
Microsoft announced that Skype for Business iOS is now available as a new universal app in the iTunes Store. The Android version is due "later this year."
Here’s what’s happening today: Looking forward to the Lumia 950/XL camera, what Julie said, Apple infringed on University of Wisconsin patent, and much more.
In the latest episode of What the Tech, Andrew Zarian and I discuss Apple's refreshed iMac lineup, Microsoft's new premium PC push, and Microsoft Band 2.
Here’s what’s happening today: No delay for Xbox One's new dashboard, thoughts on the new iMacs, Apple's expiring antitrust oversight, and Twitter layoffs.
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