Open source advocate Eric S. Raymond believes that Windows will evolve into an emulation layer on top of Linux. He’s nuts.
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Happy Friday! Here’s an early start to the weekend and a look ahead to a new week that will be my first time off since the pandemic began.
For the first time in over five years, I won’t be purchasing one of Google’s fall handset releases. And no, it’s not because it’s not a real flagship.
Happy Friday! Here is a particularly diverse and interesting set of questions to kick off the weekend.
Microsoft talks about meeting its users where they are, but it ignores its iPhone users in Your Phone, and now with iOS 14 widgets too.
I watched and wrote about yesterday’s Apple event in real-time, and then I watched it again. And then I asked my wife to watch it too.
With the TikTok soap opera finally behind us, I’d like to provide another view on Microsoft’s disastrous attempt to steal this service away from China.
It’s a sober anniversary for a sober year, but let’s kick off the weekend on a happier note and another great set of reader questions.
Google is taking Android to 11 in the latest release, but there’s no real excitement or major new features to discuss, just continued evolution.
Thanks to rampant leaks, Microsoft has gone public with the Xbox Series S, exactly one week after I practically begged it to.
I’ve been using GitHub for years to host the Windows 10 Field Guide, and this year I moved my .NETpad projects there as well.
The Google Pixel 4a and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra are both smartphones. And yet they couldn’t be more different.
As a technology enthusiast, I’m intrigued by foldable smartphones. But as a pragmatist, I’m not quite sure the value is there ... yet.
Gamers are being held captive by a silly game of chicken being played by Sony and Microsoft. It’s time to come clean, Microsoft.
Following the success of the Surface Pro 3, it was time to look at bigger ambitions for the Surface brand but there was one little problem.
Happy Friday! And welcome to the end of August and the close of month 6 of our wonderful pandemic. Let’s pretend it’s the weekend…
Microsoft finalized Windows 95 on August 15, 1995 and began selling it to the public 25 years ago today, on August 24, 1995.
Now that we have a clearer picture of Google’s new smartphone strategy, I think I finally understand why the firm delayed releasing the Pixel 4a.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has weighed in on the antitrust scrutiny facing Big Tech. His take: They all “deserve rude, unfair, and tough questions."
Happy Friday! For the penultimate Ask Paul in August, we have another great set of reader questions to kick off the weekend.
While I prefer Android over iOS, it’s pretty clear that Apple is doing a lot more to improve its mobile platform this year than is Google with Android.
Thanks to my transition from Google Play Music to YouTube Music, Google reminded me of a feature called Takeout that deserves more attention.
The Lenovo ThinkSmart View is the first Microsoft Teams Display, and while its features are somewhat limited today, that’s about to change.
Happy Friday, and thanks to everyone for another great set of reader questions to kick off another weekend in this endless summer.
What is Microsoft’s real motivation for creating Surface Duo? And what does the future hold for a device that seems to lack a clear purpose?