Like any special interest group, the Microsoft community is far too easily swayed by bias-confirming conspiracy theories.
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With Windows Sandbox, Microsoft is taking a big step towards doing exactly what I've been calling on the company to do for years.
I don't mean to go off on a rant here, but I've always been frustrated by technology that doesn't work.
In evaluating Windows 10 on ARM again thanks to the Snapdragon 850-based Lenovo Yoga C630, its Achilles Heel is clear.
There is a wide range of responses to Google's privacy violations, from those who simply don't care to those who maybe care far too much.
Apple's plan to expand sales with iPhone XR has failed. Naturally, Google is trying to copy this strategy.
Happy Friday! With the holidays bearing down on us again, here's another week-ending edition of Ask Paul.
Writing a book is a serious task but with the right tools, it becomes a little bit easier; here's how I wrote Beneath a Surface.
On December 7, 1995, Microsoft announced a new strategy by which it would "embrace and extend" the Internet in all of its products.
Happy Internet Tidal Wave day! Given this week's blockbuster news, there are many questions about the future of Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft's belated adoption of Chromium is great news for everybody. Well. Almost everybody.
It's been a year of highs and lows---OK, mostly lows---for Windows 10 on ARM. But Qualcomm's latest chipset promises to change that.
Microsoft's announcement about its move away from Edge is surprisingly vague on details. Here's what was said, and what wasn't.
Microsoft's got a solid plan ahead for Xbox which will make it hard for Sony to compete on a hardware level, the question is what about software?
A few years ago, I switched to a Markdown editor to simplify my writing workflow. This confuses some.
It wasn't hard to predict that Microsoft hardliners would react negatively to reports that the software giant is killing Edge.
I was right about Microsoft Edge all along. But what I'm really celebrating here is Microsoft finally doing the right thing.
Many are wondering whether Apple will switch the Mac from Intel chipsets to its own A-series chips. That's the wrong question.
Microsoft keeps making things called Windows that are not Windows. Maybe it's time for a new take on the real thing.
Inspired by Brad's book, I've scoured my archives to find some context for the origins of Microsoft Surface.
After a week off for Thanksgiving and on the eve of December, Ask Paul is back with another round of great questions.
People are holding on to smartphones for longer than before, triggering a sales collapse that extends across the industry.
It's been an interesting season of bad news for Apple, and that's really brought the haters out in droves.
AI is perhaps the most-overused personal technology term of 2018. But don't let the marketing abuse get to you.
Most of the commentary around Apple's declining iPhone sales focuses on its escalating prices. That's not the real problem.
After a week's hiatus, we're back. And there are some great questions this week.
Depressed about the quality problems in Windows 10? Well, take heart. Competing platforms are just as terrible.