I’ve been gaming exclusively on Xbox since the release of the Xbox 360 in 2005. But two console generations later, the world is changing.
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Happy Friday! Because of next week’s Thanksgiving holiday, this will be the last Ask Paul for November. So let’s get the weekend started...
Thanks to the 2020 lineup, I’ve gone through what I call the 7 Stages of Pixel Grief: Confusion, Confusion, Confusion, Confusion, Confusion, Anger, and Resignation.
Three years ago, I opined that if Windows 10 on ARM worked properly, it would be boring. Well, it still doesn’t work properly.
Last week, Google announced that it was discontinuing free, unlimited photo storage in its Google Photos service, enraging fans.
Happy Friday, and happy Friday the 13th. Here’s a mammoth edition of Ask Paul to kick off the weekend a bit early.
In June 2010, I wrote this editorial about keeping kids safe online. A lot has changed since then, but it’s still an interesting read.
Anyone who was hoping for some clarity regarding the true performance and compatibility of Apple Silicon-based Macs has to keep waiting.
You may have heard that “perfect is the enemy of good,” and on that note, I’ve come up with a similar phrase for digital photography: Inconsistency is the enemy of reliable.
For fans of Surface, the unveiling of the Surface Pro 4, Surface Book, Lumia 950, Band 2, and more was peak hardware.
Happy Friday! Here’s another great set of questions from readers to kick off the weekend and, um, let me keep testing Xbox Series X|S. For science!
Happy Friday, and Happy Halloween! Here’s a great set of reader questions to get the weekend and the holiday started a little early.
The iPhone 12’s display is gorgeous but it’s also a bit small, especially with that intrusive notch. Is there even a display size sweet spot anymore?
The web is awash with ideas about how we can optimize our smartphone home screens to be more efficient and less distracted.
Happy Friday, and welcome to the fourth and penultimate edition of Ask Paul for October. Let’s kick off the weekend...
I should be reviewing the OnePlus 8T right now, but my review unit was stolen by someone at FedEx. So we need to chat. About the phone, not FedEx.
The question isn’t whether Google is abusing its monopoly in online search, of course it is. The question is what to do about it.
Windows has undergone a significant transition during the past few years and here is how Terry Myerson made his mark on the operating system.
Happy Friday and Happy iPhone Day! Let’s kick off the weekend with an unusually long Ask Paul thanks to some great reader questions.
Because of my focus on photography, I typically buy the most expensive iPhone every year. But there’s a new sweet spot for 2020.
After a much-needed and too short mini-break, I’m back to wish you another Happy Friday and try to answer some questions.
Here is a quick summary of the arguments made against Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, and the recommended solutions.
Given enough time between announcement and release, I’ll preorder a product, cancel the preorder, and then preorder it again.
For the first time in over six months, I’ve had to think about which personal tech I would need for a trip away from home.
As Surface expands to include more models, it no longer resembles the product family from just five years ago. What’s happening?
Open source advocate Eric S. Raymond believes that Windows will evolve into an emulation layer on top of Linux. He’s nuts.
Going electric isn't for everyone but it's certainly possible - this is how I ended up with a Model Y.