Watching Microsoft slowly evolve its Surface lineup is like watching paint dry. And after all these years, I gotta be honest. I’m ready to give up.
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Some will be amused by this, and I suppose some will even be outraged. But there is just something special about the new iPad Air.
Happy Friday! Here’s another great set of reader questions to kick off the weekend a bit early so we can enjoy this Spring weather.
This is when a review gets personal, when my mind narrows from its focus on the greater user base to what kinds of problems the product might solve for me.
What a difference a pandemic makes: With our vaccinations scheduled, we’ve started plotting some long-delayed travel.
Happy Friday, and Happy Easter if you’re celebrating. Let’s get the weekend off to an early start with the first Ask Paul for April 2021.
Happy Friday, and welcome to the end of the month. Spring is in full bloom here after a horrible winter, so let’s kick off the final weekend of March a bit early...
About a month ago, my wife and I began plotting our first real travel in well over a year. We decided to start small, and semi-local, with a drive. To Washington D.C.
Happy Friday, and welcome to this earlier- and slightly shorter-than-usual Ask Paul. I’m hoping to head out early for a long weekend away.
In 2013, I attended the Nokia Lumia 1020 launch in New York City and was blown away by the quality of the photos it could take. It was the beginning of a new era.
One year ago this week, we were shutting down for “two weeks” because of the pandemic. Well, Happy Friday, everyone. Things are looking up.
We recently switched from Roku to the Chromecast with Google TV, and now I’m sorry I waited for so long.
In March 2020, I switched from Google Fi to Mint Mobile, and I’ve saved several hundred dollars over the past year by doing so. Now what?
In a recent interview, incoming Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon describes the semiconductor shortage as a crisis that spans many markets and industries.
Happy Friday, and welcome to March: Spring is not quite in the air yet, but it will be soon, so let’s kick off what I hope will be our last cold weekend of the season.
Happy Friday! This last Ask Paul for February has another great set of reader questions, including a few stumpers, to get the weekend started.
We recently added a turntable to the Sonos system in our sunroom. It’s an interesting way to listen to music more mindfully than is possible with digital.
Happy Friday! Here’s an excellent collection of reader questions to kick off the weekend. No promises on the quality of the answers.
I want to write about our recent vinyl purchases, but it occurred to me that there is a lifetime of music listening to discuss first. Here goes nothing.
Thanks to a confusing strategy change in 2020 and ongoing terrible communications from the Windows Insider team, we’re all wondering what’s going on.
Happy Friday, and Happy (early) Valentine’s Day. Here’s a new edition of Ask Paul to kick off the holiday weekend a bit early...
One year ago, I replaced the powered speakers in our sunroom with a pair of used Sonos Play:5s. Our use of Sonos equipment has escalated since then.
Happy Friday, and welcome to the first Ask Paul of February! Here’s another great set of reader questions to kick off the weekend.
When Google announced that it was halting internal efforts to develop Stadia games and rely instead on third-party titles, it set off a firestorm.
Happy Friday, and happy end of January! Let’s get the weekend started early with another round of great reader questions.
Apple didn’t just post record revenues in the most recent quarter, it outperformed Microsoft by an over 2-to-1 margin. What the heck is going on here?
Microsoft's Game Pass is poised for growth and helps explain the company's big spending last year.