We're currently using multiple music subscription services and speaker systems, and that has to change.
Recent Paul Stories
For the second year in a row, our annual home swap has taken us down an unexpected path. We're in Barcelona this year.
The next four weeks are going to be busy and interesting. But when it's over, we should be fully moved to Pennsylvania.
I've never experimented with smart home technology. But I think I've found the right places to start with the new home we're moving to.
Pocket Casts---my preferred podcast service---is now available via the Sonos smart speakers in an open beta.
We're still about a month away from our move to Pennsylvania, but I've started planning for our cord-cutting future.
We're moving, and I'm using this change as an excuse to re-evaluate the personal technology we use.
Thurrott Premium is on sale, and Alpha members can renew at the same promotional rate as last year. Plus, we've rolled out site notifications.
We're planning a big move, and while this is a stressful and uncertain time, I'm rethinking the personal technology we use day-to-day.
We are turning on a new feature today, notifications across the entire site; this feature allows you to follow news posts, forum threads and comments from a single viewpoint.
Ten years ago this week, the original iPhone arrived and I was lucky enough to be among the earliest users.
Collab365 host Andy Talbot interviews Paul Thurrott live from the Office 365 Engage Conference in Haarlem, NL.
We are in Haarlem, The Netherlands for our Office 365 Engage show this week, and we're having a series of events Wednesday that are open to everyone.
One of the enduring frustrations of being a technology enthusiast is that the broad claims made on stage during industry events are rarely matched by reality. Microsoft and Google are both guilty of this.