This year I've spent a lot of time in the PlayStation camp in order to understand how this platform compares. But I'm sticking with Xbox.
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A new report says that Apple's vaunted App Store approval process is a sham, with hundreds of dangerous apps making their way into the store each day.
On this episode, we also take quick look at the latest Windows phone to hit the market and a talk briefly about VR.
Microsoft held its Teams event today and Brad was on-site to cover all of the news as the company announced it.
It's the day before Microsoft's next big event and there is also a new Windows phone hitting the market with VR capabilities.
It's Monday which means it's time to kick-off another week with First Ring Daily. On this episode, we talk about the likelihood of a Surface phone, Google, and a little bit more.
Anyone still pining away for a Surface phone just got some good news in the form of the Surface Studio. If Microsoft will ship that device, a phone is almost a given.
Microsoft has tried to treat Windows 10 like a cloud service, with ongoing, seamless software updates. But it's very clear that this plan just isn't working.
The touch strip above the keyboards on the MacBooks only serves to highlight a very strange aversion Apple has to a technology that it made popular on mobile devices: Multi-touch screens.
Microsoft enthusiasts are understandably going ga-ga over the expensive Surface Studio. But in doing so, they're missing out on the bigger Surface innovation: Surface Dial.
It's the day after a big Microsoft event, you can guess what we are going to be talking about; it's all things Surface Studio.
Surface Studio is a stunner, with its 28-inch liquid-smooth 4.5K display. But only the one percent can afford this device. And I don't quite see the point.
A day after the announcement of the Surface Studio, it’s time to fully digest the new device and take a closer look at what this device, and isn’t.
On this episode, we take a quick look at the Surface press showcase to show off the new device.
Brad is live in New York City, reporting from the venue where Microsoft will hold its Windows 10 event tomorrow. And Paul is in his pajamas.
I was indirectly responsible for a key member of the Windows 8 user experience team getting a job at Microsoft years earlier. Yep. Windows 8 was my fault.
It's a big week for Microsoft and on this episode, we talk a bit about the Surface Studio name, what all is going on this week and of course, that COD beta that went live over the weekend.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, we talk about Apple's upcoming event, Nintendo's new console and because it is Thursday, we take a look back at Windows Media Center.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, it's all about the three upcoming Microsoft events, a little bit about Cache and Bing has an updated election tool.
In this episode of First Ring Daily, we learn what happens when Brad stupidly changes his Skype password while recording the show, talk about the Health of Tech and a lot more.
The PC industry has been shrinking for several years, and while the reasons are clear, many questions remain. Key among them is when it ends.
In this episode of First Ring Daily, we take a look at the other software driving a big change in the market: web browsers.
The Duolingo language learning app is getting even better with the introduction of bot-based conversations. And this changes everything.
After one year of extensive experience with this incredible yet flawed product, I have some thoughts about Surface Book's first year and its future.
It's throwback Thursday and in this episode, we talk about the Band 2 and 3, Windows Server and that other Microsoft watch from way back when.
We focus on personal technology here at Thurrott.com, so the release of Windows Server 2016 may seem like a curious topic to discuss. But I used Windows Server in one way or another for almost 20 years. And now it's time for me to say goodbye.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, we hit upon Panos deleting a tweet, Sonos and music everywhere and finally, the RSS feed is ready.