Andrew and Paul discuss Samsung's Galaxy Fold problems, Surface earbuds, Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, and much more.
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Happy Friday! Here’s another round of questions, this time surprisingly diverse, to kick off the weekend.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the Surface Hub 2S, a blockbuster week of Xbox news, the new Edge, and much more.
An ex-Mozillan has penned a lengthy series of tweets in which he describes Google’s efforts to undercut the Firefox web browser.
Cord-cutting isn’t about saving money, though that’s still very much the case despite recent price increases. It’s about freedom.
Megan Morrone, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss the Edge Insider Preview, Windows 10 versions 19H1 and 20H1, and much, much more.
Andrew and Paul discuss Microsoft releases a beta of their new Chromium based Edge browser, the next Windows 10 feature update, and more.
This morning, my Fitbit Charge 3 band broke at the buckle. But getting it replaced under warranty was an even worse experience.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss Microsoft's ebook fiasco, Windows 10 1809 is finally business ready, Visual Studio 2019, and much more.
Happy Friday! I can see from this week’s questions that readers are wondering about many of the same things I am.
Four years after revealing its plans to update Windows 10 like an online service, Microsoft has finally stepped back from the cliff and admitted defeat.
Andrew and Paul discuss Apple's abrupt AirPower cancelation and Paul fields a few question from viewers.
Mary Jo, Brad, and Paul recently appeared live at the Microsoft Loft in New York City to discuss the software giant's changing role in the tech world.
The next generation gaming wars are about to heat up but with new players entering the market, here's how the industry stacks up today.
Happy Friday! Here’s a final Ask Paul for March, and another great set of questions from readers.
Leo, Mary Jo, and Paul discuss a Chredge leak, a Windows 7 end-of-support prompt, Windows Virtual Desktop, and much more.
Don’t get too distracted by Apple’s coming video and news services. The firm’s services ambitions are much, much bigger than that.
Happy Friday. There are some curiously serendipitous questions in this week’s Ask Paul.
Microsoft's Lorraine Bardeen joins Leo, Mary Jo and Paul to discuss HoloLens 2 and Microsoft's in-house MR apps.
Andrew and Paul discuss Google Stadia, and how Google's game streaming service will challenge established players like Microsoft.
If Google’s Android web browser concession seems familiar, that’s because Microsoft did the same thing a decade ago.
Happy Friday, and happy Ides of March. Here’s another attempt at answering some great questions from readers.
Apple responded to Spotify’s complaint about its abusive business practices in the only way it can: Ineffectively.
Andrew and Paul discuss Apple's upcoming service event and how its rumored TV service will impact other streaming services.
Microsoft has been using Windows 10 Home users as guinea pigs for its Windows as a Service (WaaS) scheme.
This complaint is the single greatest threat yet to Apple’s plans to grow its services business and overcome soft iPhone sales.
Happy Friday! After a one-week hiatus, Ask Paul is back with some great questions from readers.