In December 2008, I wrote an editorial describing how Microsoft’s efforts to simplify Windows were making it harder to use. Sound familiar?
Recent Throwback Thursday Stories
In January 2015, Microsoft held its second Windows 10 event, and the focus was on consumers and new classes of Windows-powered devices.
On September 30, 2014, I sat in a small audience with Mary Jo Foley as Microsoft’s Terry Myerson and Joe Belfiore explained their vision for Windows 10.
To one of the biggest-ever fans of Windows phone, there was no point higher in this product line’s history than the release of the Nokia Lumia 1020.
In celebration of today’s release of a remastered Halo 3 for the PC, here are my original Halo 3 preview and single-player review from late 2007 for your nostalgic enjoyment.
My current trip to Germany very closely mirrors my first visit here in 2003. And it's amazing how much has changed from a communications perspective.
Windows Me is unfairly criticized for being an unwanted extension of the Windows 9x family of products. But this innovative OS ushered in a number of technologies that we take for granted today.
I've always had a mixed reaction to the games in the Gears of War series, and as I noted in my latest review, that's true of Gears of War 4 as well. Here's a quick rundown of my experiences with this game franchise.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Windows 10 Mobile devices can now use screens as big as 9-inches, a new 2.5 hour documentary explains the history of the Amiga, and Half-Life 3 Episode 3 was announced---sigh---10 years ago this week.
With its Tablet PC initiative faltering in the mid-2000s, Microsoft set out to reinvigorate the segment with a new offering aimed at a new generation of smaller personal computers. Dubbed Ultra-Mobile PC (UMPC) and code-named Origami, this unique design still reverberates strongly today in various phones and tablets.