Make no mistake when it comes to virtual reality (VR). It's not a fad. And it's only going to get better over time.
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Brad's back from London, Paul is playing with VR and it's Mobile Monday on First Ring Daily.
What are we to make of rumors that Microsoft will belatedly move its Cortana-based digital assistant technologies into the living room?
Nokia will formally re-enter the smartphone market in early 2017 with a family of Android-based handsets. But make no mistake: This is not the Nokia of old.
Brad is still in London but it's all about Brexit and of course, it's Wednesday too which means it's time for We Help Wednesday.
Taking a screenshot is a simple feature of Windows but there are tools available that can improve the experience and several of them have advanced features that are worth exploring.
The Essentials is a new weekly column where I talk about what we (Paul and I) use to write, work and honestly, survive the work week.
On this episode, we talk about how we write and also about the significant shift in computing that will occur if Microsoft can successfully emulate x86 on ARM.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, we dive into the new show segments, talk about ads in Windows 10 and the specs of Windows Holographic.
Don't be fooled: As is always the cast, Microsoft's minimum requirements in no way map to what you will really need to run Windows Holographic.
Windows 10 is an amalgamation of the old and the new, but it is the old that is holding Windows back. And I think we're overdue for a change.
It's Thursday which means it is time to throw it back and we talk about large Lumias and also the new Office Hub that has shown up in Insider Builds.
The future of Cortana is in jeopardy as Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant become household names while Microsoft moves too slowly to give Cortana the chance it deserves.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, Paul is in the middle of Amsterdam avoiding bikes and Microsoft has made unknown concessions about its LinkedIn acquisition.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, we talk about the Xbox anniversary, security issues with some Android devices, the EU and a lot more.
It's Monday which means it's time for another episode of First Ring Daily; on this podcast we talk about Microsoft going live too early, the new MacBooks, Amsterdam and more.
Kaspersky CEO Eugene Kaspersky has dredged up a familiar argument from Microsoft's terrible antitrust period. Sadly, he may have a point.
Paul is streaming from Amsterdam and I am in the bunker, it's time for another edition of Frist Ring Daily; on this episode we take a look at travel bags and Paul talks a bit about his travel.
Google has gone public with its defense of an EU antitrust case: That Android stimulates innovation and increases choice for consumers. Ha!
On this episode of First Ring Daily, we take a reader question that wanted us to look at how Microsoft is positioning its VR agenda, Paul returns a Pixel and Surface fans go wild.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, we talk about the canceled Xbox streamer, some older phones that we adore and how Ballmer was right about the iPhone.
I'm always fascinated by history rewriting, as is the case with Steve Ballmer's comments about the iPhone in 2007. Sorry, but he was right.
On this episode of First Ring Daily, we talk about music streaming, Amazon Echo and Google Home, and of course, a little bit about Microsoft.
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.
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.