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.
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If you are in or around Seattle, please come and see us on Thursday: We're having a meetup at the Pike Brewing Company, near the historic Pike Place Public Market.
If you are in or around New York City, please come and see us today: We're having a meetup at Rattle N Hum East, right in the heart of Manhattan.
This is a discussion I've been meaning to have for a long time. And it's a topic that permeates everything I do professionally, from the writing on this site to the podcasts I record each week.
Some unintentionally humorous emails from my writing and fitness trackers have triggered a reexamination of my elusive goal of achieving work-life balance.
It's been a great week in Germany, and I'll be flying home today. Here's a quick look at the tech products and services I relied on during this trip.
My current trip to Germany very closely mirrors my first visit here in 2003. And it's amazing how much has changed from a communications perspective.
My first book was about Visual Basic 3, and I later updated it for two other product versions, VB 4 and VB 6. Here's a look back at those early days.
20 years ago, I was heavily invested in Microsoft's developer stack. Here's my 1997 overview of Visual InterDev 1.0, which was included in the first version of Visual Studio.
Cloudflare announced this week that a data leak resulted in some private information being cached by search engines. Yes, Thurrott.com utilizes Cloudflare services. But your personal data is safe.
Today, my parent company, BWW Media Group, announced that Mary Jo Foley is partnering with us to build a community of technologists. I'm excited to welcome her to the BWW family.
This week, we are proud to finally launch our Thurrott Now micro-blog for Premium members, plus improved commenting and a few other new site features.
A reader asked me this week whether Microsoft was preventing PC makers from adding their own recovery environments to Windows 10 going forward.
The biggest change in my workflow over the years has been a shift from desktop applications to web apps. And my browser of choice remains Google Chrome.
There are two sides to every conference and at CES 2017, we filmed nearly everything we did to show you what it is like on the inside of the largest consumer tech conference.