Windows 10 version 1809 is wonderfully free of the nonsense features that bogged down previous feature updates. And then there's this.
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I'm starting to believe that the EU's Android antitrust case may result in hugely positive change for the entire ecosystem.
Happy Friday and Happy September everyone. Here's another round of questions and answers to kick off the new month.
It's been over six months since my last "health hacking" check-in. But I'm happy to report some mostly good news after a series of lab tests.
I just updated the Microsoft Edge chapter in the Windows 10 Field Guide for the October 2018 Update. I have concerns.
It's the last day of August, so here's another lengthy round of Q & A to start off the weekend.
Like many of you, I'm eager to discover how, or even whether, this new chipset advances the platform and makes it viable for day-to-day use.
Tim Sweeney and Google both practice their own particular brands of evil. Naturally, they deserve each other.
A recently-released unboxing video provides us with a way to compare the Pixel 3 XL to its predecessor from a form factor perspective.
Happy Friday. Here's a final "Ask Paul" for August that neatly highlights how I don't have all the answers.
Microsoft appears to be taking another step towards its cloud-based gaming future with a rumored new subscription called Xbox All Access.
With Microsoft's new Surface Go a decided no-go on two key metrics, our attention turns once again to Qualcomm and its ARM-powered platform.
Like an Apple user might, I briefly tried to solve my Pixel 2 XL problems by spending more money. And then I came to my senses.
Anyone still pining away for Windows phone needs to pay attention to how Google is evolving Android with AI capabilities.
After a jet-lagged week at home, here's another set of reader questions to usher in the weekend.
I've been using Windows for over 20 years, but I've always tested its most important competitors as well. The resulting perspective is important.
There have been rumors all year that Google wants to bring Windows 10 to the Pixelbook. But no one seems to be asking the obvious question.
Despite my best efforts to time this for my return from Sweden, my second replacement Pixel 2 XL arrived on the day we flew home.
Greetings from Sweden. This week's Ask Paul is a day early because we're flying home tomorrow. It's also one of the longest yet.
With Android Pie, it really is the little things that make a difference. Here are the new features that have impacted me the most so far.
I had my Google Pixel 2 XL replaced under warranty in April. Now I'm having its replacement replaced too.
After two years of detours, our 2018 home swap sees us return to our normal three-week schedule. This year, we're in Stockholm, Sweden.
Microsoft's goal for Surface Go is as understandable as it is necessary. But for it to succeed, it has to deliver on some basics.
I had intended to test some alternative web browsers during my home swap. And then something unexpected happened.
Ten years ago, Apple subjected TV viewers to a deceptive series of anti-PC advertisements. Now, Google is doing it too.
Given the many problems I've had with the Pixel 2 XL, I'm reticent about its successor, which has been revealed in numerous leaks.
Google's Pixelbook 2 will compete directly with Microsoft's Surface Pro. But as a small detachable, it holds little interest for me personally.