Microsoft's beleaguered Surface business needs a win. This isn't it.
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When it comes to traditional office productivity, Microsoft has no peer. But thanks in part to Google, it may also have no future.
As part of my New Year decluttering efforts, I spent time each morning for the past week or so unsubscribing from email newsletters.
It is clear that the introduction of PWA to Windows 10 in Redstone 4 will effectively kill off Microsoft's native UWP efforts.
Here are a few more notes about my diet, plus a quick check-in on my weight loss over the past year.
For the first time, Sony sold fewer PlayStation 4 consoles in the holiday quarter than it did a year earlier. What happens next?
For years, I've been arguing that Microsoft needs to end the madness and offer fewer Windows 10 product editions. Well, they are.
After the sudden death of Windows 10 S, the most striking aspect to Microsoft's new strategy is its renewed emphasis on consumers.
Like an unwelcome house guest, Windows 10 S arrived last year shrouded in mystery and suspicious intent.
An extensive collection of internal documentation viewed by Thurrott.com shows that Microsoft is resetting its Windows 10 strategy this year.
Happy Friday everyone. Here is another round of questions and answers, including one that dates back to December.
While more meaningful fixes are needed, Microsoft is moving to stem its Surface sales shortfall in the short term.
Microsoft's plan to push business customers to newer Windows 10 versions isn't working, so it has come up with a new plan.
On Wednesday, Microsoft announced earnings for its second quarter. Here, I'd like to dive a bit deeper and analyze what the results mean.