I had hoped that 2018 would be the year of the Progressive Web App. It could still happen, but the revolution is unfolding in slow motion so far.
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Microsoft needs to use its fancy AI to know that I use its products on my phone and stop showing me ads reminding me to download their apps.
Several cord-cutting services have announced price hikes recently. This isn't the way it's supposed to work.
Microsoft is quietly working on a mobile hardware project called Andromeda that fans feel will somehow change the world.
Connecting your home to the Internet can add a lot of convenience to your life but can also add unneeded stress as well.
Happy Friday! Here's another round of Q & A to start off the summer.
With Sets punted out of the latest Windows Insider build, many are wondering if this feature will ever ship.
You may have seen reports that Apple is going to launch a TV subscription service. Relax. It's not what you think it is.
I've been calling on Microsoft to add USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 to its Surface PCs for years. But what if there's a better approach?
Microsoft's decision to ignore VR/MR on Xbox is the correct one and it speaks to where consoles fit within its broader strategy.
I'm going to keep using Microsoft Launcher. But the integrated experiences with Windows 10 aren't yet available.
Happy Friday, and happy summer too. Here are some answers to this week's questions.
While I continue to find Microsoft Edge lacking on the desktop, I'm surprised to find that this browser excels on mobile.
While everyone is overly-focused on a new generation of Xbox consoles, Microsoft's real gaming future lies elsewhere.
It seems simple enough: Install a new launcher on your Android phone, make a few configuration changes, and away you go.
The ability to completely customize the entire experience is one of the key strengths of the Android platform.
Anyone interested in smart home technologies will immediately run into a long list of issues. And it's hard to know where to start.
Fornite wasn't the first "battle royale"-style video game, but it is certainly the most popular.
After digging its heels in for over a decade on the reviled Office ribbon, Microsoft is finally doing the right thing.
In 2005, I learned about Microsoft's secret plan to revolutionize the Office user interface with something called the ribbon.
Excited by any of Microsoft's E3 game announcements? You might want to check the release dates first.
Happy sort-of summer, everyone. Here's another set of good questions and me doing what I can with them.
In an article about video game console generations, Phil Spencer supported my theory that Microsoft will eventually stop making its own hardware.
"You're an intelligent edge! YOU'RE an intelligent edge. YOU'RE an intelligent edge too!!" Or whatever. I don't watch Oprah.
Many Apple fans are complaining that the firm didn't announce new MacBooks at WWDC. But there was a much bigger omission.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 850 announcement is a bit more profound than is immediately obvious.
Last week's unexpected Groove news has triggered some latent remorseful feelings from Microsoft's world-weary fans. I feel it too.