Weeks before the October Microsoft hardware event, we speculated about a dual-screen Surface device and a Microsoft phone.
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And here I was thinking that everyone had gotten the memo on Windows Phone and UWP. I guess not.
With Sun suing to block Microsoft’s extensions to Java, the software giant decided to create a new programming language of its own.
Too much of the media and fan attention for last week’s Microsoft hardware event is focused on the future.
With Microsoft's legal losses mounting in its U.S. antitrust case, the software giant suffered from an exodus of key executives.
Hot off this week’s Microsoft event, here’s an epic Ask Paul to celebrate the start of the weekend.
Panos Panay once said that Microsoft Surface would “bring the thunder.” This week, he fulfilled that promise in dramatic fashion.
Despite some pre-event confusion, it's now clear that Windows 10X is nothing less or more than Windows Lite/Lite OS.
The eighth chapter dives into the second interation of the Surface RT 2 but what the story really tells, is how Brad, Paul, and Mary Jo started working together.
This week, Microsoft will announce new Surface PCs, none of which will support Thunderbolt 3. I’m at peace with it.
Sun was the more powerful adversary, but Microsoft’s strategy against it was consistent with what it did to Netscape and the web.
Happy Friday! Let’s close out September, and the week, with another great round of reader questions.
During a month’s long mediation process in U.S. v. Microsoft, developer documentation became a key requirement for a settlement.
Today, I discover that Chrome OS is incompatible with Thunderbolt 3. But in the good news department, even a low-end Chromebook works pretty well.
A new video by an ex-Microsoftie explains why Windows 10 is so unreliable. I have additional details that complete the picture.
Heading into the late 1990s, Microsoft sought to consolidate its developer languages and tools into a single, cohesive environment.
Microsoft first came to the attention to regulators a decade before its celebrated and vilified U.S. antitrust trial.
Happy Friday, and thanks to all the Premium readers who contributed to this week’s Ask Paul.
On day two of Living with Chromebook, I’m thinking about workflow and how moving to a new platform can screw with habit and tradition.
Chromebooks are often touted as a simpler and less expensive alternative to a Windows laptop. And that’s true, to a point.
We’re now three months and over 50 articles into the Programming Windows series. Here’s another quick progress report.
When Microsoft announced that the oft-delayed Windows NT 5.0 would be renamed to Windows 2000, it marked the end of an era.
Apple's new Arcade service is targeting a different type of gamer but is the userbase large enough to sustain a low-fee subscription service?
Apple launched the iPhone 11 family, Apple Watch Series 5, and a new iPad, and revealed its pricing for Apple TV+ and Arcade. There's a lot to discuss.
It’s not exactly a road not taken, as each of its constituent parts did come to fruition. But Windows DNA was short-lived as a brand.
With Windows NT 5.0 delayed again and again, Microsoft didn’t notice yet another competitor nipping at its heels.
Happy Friday! I got off to a bit of a late start, but hopefully this will still be a great way to start the weekend.