For a device type that is supposedly in freefall, the PC has never looked better to me as a purpose-driven device for productivity, gaming, and more.
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The past couple of weeks, we have been on the road and as we have done before, we filmed a bit about what happens when the blog posts are not being written.
While most of the PC market has rallied around gaming and premium PCs for growth, Acer may have found another lucrative market to target.
Happy Friday from Miami! We’re on the cusp of a long weekend here in the U.S.---for Memorial Day---and this is the last Ask Paul for May.
Happy Friday! Here’s another round of questions and answers to get the weekend off to a good start.
Microsoft's Surface tablet is what started off the company's hardware adventure - here's the commentary for the fourth chapter of Beneath a Surface.
I’ve been pushing the notion that Microsoft could win big in cloud-based game streaming since before the firm announced its xCloud plans.
The Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL remind me of a similar Nokia effort, the Lumia 830. Let's take a look back.
Happy Friday! And welcome to the post-Build hangover edition of Ask Paul.
With this week’s news that Microsoft is rebooting PowerToys, I thought it would be fun to take a trip back in time.
Microsoft’s Fluid Framework promises a people-centric computing model that could mark the death of apps as we now know them.
If you think Microsoft Build is boring, you’re missing the point. This isn’t a consumer press event. It’s a developer show.
Thanks to mounting fears of Big Tech’s privacy invasions, the world is about to change. And Microsoft is poised to ride this wave to great success.
I’m in Vancouver, British Columbia ahead of next week’s Build conference, so it’s no surprise that many are wondering about the show.
I don’t expect to hear much about Windows 10 at Build next week, but several related topics are top of mind, at least for me.
As we approach E3, Microsoft is gearing up to talk more about new hardware, but one key factor that likely won't be discussed is pricing.
Google’s smartphone problems are easy to identify and hard to fix. This business is nothing short of a failure.
April winds down with a mammoth installment of Ask Paul. Happy Friday everyone.
Now that most of the major issues with Windows 10 have been resolved, we can focus on some of the less serious problems.
There has always been a lot to like about Windows 10. But the nagging issues we’ve had are all suddenly falling by the wayside.
Happy Friday! Here’s another round of questions, this time surprisingly diverse, to kick off the weekend.
An ex-Mozillan has penned a lengthy series of tweets in which he describes Google’s efforts to undercut the Firefox web browser.
Cord-cutting isn’t about saving money, though that’s still very much the case despite recent price increases. It’s about freedom.
Basing the new Edge on Chromium is the best decision that Microsoft’s made in years. This is a browser that everyone will want to use.
Last week’s seismic changes to Windows as a Service have nothing to do with Windows 10 users. They also don't go far enough.
Microsoft’s decision to embrace Chromium is correct, but our first public preview of the next version of Edge hints at how this transition will unfold.
This morning, my Fitbit Charge 3 band broke at the buckle. But getting it replaced under warranty was an even worse experience.