Today: Microsoft president recommends a 'Digital Geneva Convention', Forza video games top $1 billion in sales, Microsoft delays Patch Tuesday, much more.
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Today: You can still extend your Office 365 subscription out by five years, Intel goes for yet another tock with next-gen CPUs, Google Assistant on the Pixel can now control your smart home devices, much more.
Today: Windows 10 Insider Preview build 15025 is available in ISO format, Raymond Chen looks at an interesting problem with the Surface power brick, much more.
Today: We have to cancel our Africa adventure suddenly, Microsoft releases two more custom Xbox Wireless Controllers, the future of iOS is 64-bit only, more.
Today: Microsoft market cap hits $500 billion for first time in 17 years, ex-Mozillan speaks the truth about third-party AV, Chrome gets a performance boost, more.
Today: Thurrott.com is going to Africa, Xbox Insiders Program will have four rings (probably), Norway v. Windows phone, All new Chromebooks will run Android apps, more.
Today: LinkedIn launches a Facebook-like redesign, Microsoft explains this week's Surface firmware updates a bit better, Nokia's comeback phone "sells out", more.
Today: Microsoft to stop updating Minecraft on Windows phones, Cortana coming to the Android lock screen, Office Lens for iPad, more.
Today: A Games with Gold reminder, a Windows 7 warning from Microsoft Germany, a reported Windows licensing change is coming, much more.
Brad and I are flying to Las Vegas tonight for CES, but things are starting without us. So here are some CES tidbits from around the web.
Today: Windows 10 is now used by more than half of Steam gamers, Computer Gaming World archives are online for free, and a few headline riffs.
Today: Windows 10 Game Mode, Samsung helps Windows 10 Mobile users switch to its phones, Cortana for Android gets more colorful, more.
Today: Amazon had a killer holiday selling period, how to determine the power rating of your gadget’s batteries, stupid Apple rumors, more.
A special "all quips" version of Thurrott Daily. Because the holidays.
Today: Get your Xbox crest, Nokia sues Apple for patent infringement, Microsoft and Boku bring carrier billing to Orange in France, more.
Today: New cumulative update for Windows Insiders, Microsoft is mocked by SNL, First Infinite Warfare DLC is on the way, and much more.
Today: Fixing a "stuck" Windows Update on Windows 7, coming OneDrive UI is an exact copy of Dropbox, and a Lumia 950 sale.
This weekend: Microsoft and Mobile World Congress, a quick reminder about Photosynth, Google Wallet web update, Windows phone insanity, more.
Today: Lost Odyssey for Xbox 360 is free for a limited time, Dolby Atmos sound is coming to Xbox One and Windows 10, Mario comes to iPhone tomorrow, more.
Today: Bioshock series comes to Xbox One backwards compatibility, please ignore the idiot, Bing's top searches of 2016, more.
Today: Music videos in Groove, Supreme Court rules in Samsung's favor, Sonos 7 comes out of beta, Apple Watch sales are a mystery, more.
Today: Get ready for WinHEC, developer support for symlinks is finally coming to Windows 10, Chrome 55 is released,, Microsoft's new bot, more.
Today: Jony Ive ruins Christmas, Xbox One game streaming coming to Oculus Rift, Microsoft's Arrow Launcher for Android is updated, HP Elite x3 updated, more.
Today: Galaxy Note 7 recall did not damage Samsung brand in U.S., Apple to offer free replacements of batteries for iPhone 6s with shutdown problem, Pixel's camera has a lens flare problem, more.
Today: Microsoft to tie executive bonuses to company diversity goals, Red Hat thinks Microsoft is opening up to open source because of developers, more.
Today: Microsoft improves Ink support in Windows Maps, Battlefield 1 enjoys one month in the sun before release of new Call of Duty game, Google Pixel security, more.
Today: No more extended support for Office on-prem products, Google Translate gets more fluent, some PS4 Pro titles running slower than on base hardware, more.