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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.
Thanks to a crazy series of travel mishaps, my weekend evaporated and I found myself stuck in Las Vegas rather than flying home.
After a years-long absence, I returned to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). I'm kind of mixed on it, frankly.
It wasn't the best of times or the worst of times. But 2016 was a notable year for the personal technology we cover here at Thurrott.com.
2016 was an amazing year. And one way to prove that is to look back at my top tweets from each month of 2016.
I spend a lot of time listening to audiobooks, and this was another great year. Here are some of my favorites from 2016.
We're fine-tuning things and responding to feedback, and this week's update adds a monthly subscription option, a Premium Content page, and more.
We've all done it: You come down with some common ailment, Google the symptoms, and are shocked to discover that you could have cancer or some other terrible problem. So the advice is simple: Don't self-diagnose. But here's the thing: One time, I did do so, and Google saved my life.
Next month, Nintendo will ship a miniature retro console called the NES Classic Edition, a release that will take generations of gamers down memory lane. Perhaps not surprisingly, this throwback device has also triggered some memories of my own from the late 1980s.
Brad and I are at Microsoft Ignite in Atlanta this week, and if you're at the show or live in the area, we'd love to meet with you. Here's our schedule.