A few tidbits from around the web: a random thought about Steve Jobs, the FAA approves ExpressJet’s Electronic Flight Bag on Windows 10, Microsoft talks up Actiongram for HoloLens, and no more Bitcoin support in Windows Store
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A few tidbits from around the web: A few headline riffs about imaginary Microsoft products, first Edge extension appears in Windows 10 Store, how Google passed Apple, and a promise that the Oracle/Google case will at least be interesting.
A few tidbits from around the web: Microsoft sneaks a Windows 10 ad into a Windows 7 security patch, how to refuse the Windows 10 upgrade, Tim Sweeney (still) needs to give it a rest, and a few headline riffs for this lovely Saturday morning.
A few tidbits from around the web: Microsoft may compensate customers for Xbox Live outages, a recent Band 2 update also provides True Type font rendering, of mobile platforms, app usage and battery life, andWaze gets an improved UI on Android.
A few tidbits from around the web: Microsoft's March 2016 evaluation VMs, Microsoft's (sort of) Linux distribution, layoffs at Sonos and a look to the future, Samsung vague but positive on Galaxy S7 pre-orders, and yes, the Nexus 6P is getting updated this month too.
A few tidbits from around the web: Supreme Court declines to hear Apple appeal in e-book case, Mac suffers from first-reported ransomware attacks, Amazon to bring back device encryption, and an email pioneer passes.
I'm flying home from Seattle today, so here are a few tidbits from around the web: Star Wars: The Force Awakens is coming to Microsoft Movies & TV on April 1, Samsung SSD hits 15 TB, Amazon is shipping two new Echo devices.
Here are a few tidbits from around the web: Windows 10 usages surpasses Windows 8.x, IE is about to fall into second place, EA estimates 24 million Xbox Ones, Black Ops III DLC finally ships on Xbox One, and Gears for Windows 10 has issues.
A few tidbits from around the web: Steve Ballmer dunks, whether hardware upgrades are coming to Xbox One, Xamarin explained, Surface Type Cover with Fingerprint Reader coming to Europe, PS4 Remote Play is coming to PC.
A few tidbits, coming at you this time from Redmond, WA: Windows Weekly meet-up is tonight, a new Windows 10 ad campaign hits softly at Mac, Bing election experience improvements, and Apple's sad new strategy under Tim Cook.
A few tidbits from around the web: Another reminder about this week's meet-up in Redmond, Microsoft to improve Windows Store games, OneDrive universal app is coming, more.
A few tidbits for a Saturday morning: We're having a meet-up Monday night in Redmond, what to do now that Slysoft has been shut down, a new high-end lifestyle shopping experience for gadget fans, Apple just killed my 401K, and Google Inbox courts Mailbox users too.
A few tidbits from around the web: Buying a game at Windows Store vs. Steam, no evidence of OneDrive placeholders returning, Microsoft opines on system cleaners, and voice dictation comes to Google Docs.
A few tidbits from around the web: the February update for Windows App Studio, Microsoft releases Cyanogen mods for Skype, Cortana, OneNote and Hyperlapse, Skype Qik moves on, the Nokia comeback begins, and Apple's iPhone encryption stance is hypocritical.
Just got back from New York, but here are a few tidbits from around the web: A Microsoft Health update for Windows phones, App-V in Windows 10 Redstone, Plumbago ships, Apple's smart new Trade Up with Installments plan, and more.
A few tidbits from around the web: A goofy new Microsoft app for iPhone, a one-day Surface Pro 4 sale, a free Hulu deal for Xbox One users, and an update to the Windows Device Recovery Tool.
A few tidbits from around the web: BLU Win HD LTE and BLU Win Jr on sale today, a new weekly workout series, a great concert video shot with the Lumia 950, Apple's new strategy for iPad, and a MacBook USB-C recall.
A few tidbits from around the web: Run Windows 3.x on the web, Microsoft defends Windows 10 for governments, minor Microsoft job cuts in Finland, and Google kills Picasa on the web and on Windows.
A few tidbits from around the web: Major updates coming to Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta and Minecraft: Pocket Edition Explode by the end of the month, LibreOffice 5.1, Apple Music + Sonos, and Google improves Gmail security.
Another day, another snow storm. And some more tidbits from around the web: A great sale on BLU Windows phones hits on Saturday, of Apple and Error 53, a Super Bowl technology fail, a future without passwords, and more.
Greetings from snowy (again) New England. Here are some tidbits from around the web: An Xbox One backwards compat glitch, a coming Nexus VR viewer, Google vs. books, Facebook kills Android/iOS battery life, and Tim Cook's terrible Super Bowl picture breaks Twitter.
I'm in New York for two days of meetings, so here are a few tidbits from around the web: Bing app updates on Android/iOS, Microsoft stole Iowa from Trump, Facebook's 3.5 degrees of separation, and an awesome new Simpsons search engine.
A few tidbits from around the web: More details on that Surface power cord recall, a WWII shooter game hits Kickstarter, Lenovo's quarterly results show the firm is still mostly a PC maker, Google's podcast service is imminent, and Amazon is opening more retail book stores.
Back in the saddle again: Turning Microsoft's earnings milk sour, the first anniversary of Outlook on Android and iOS, Facebook wakes up, Apple rumors, and Apple formalizes the market for VR.
Here are some tech tidbits from around the web: A prediction about Microsoft's quarterly earnings, an Xbox Beta app for Windows 10 update, new Insider build of Office for Android, and various analysts take on Apple's quarter.
I'm feeling a little riffy today. But first, here are some tidbits from around the web: Microsoft "surfaces" the facts, car holders for Microsoft devices, a peek at the Brave browser, and some headline riffs.
A few tidbits from around the web: Windows Defender goes from goat to hero, Audible gets a nice update on Windows phones, worries over slowing iPhone sales growth, Spotify to add videos, and "Peak Prime."