Because he started it, this edition of Short Takes looks at HP’s PC resurgence, Intel’s next mobile setback, Always Connected PCs, the limits of Windows 10 on ARM, and much more.
The next generation of wireless connectivity is launching soon and next year, Windows 10 PCs with 5G will be released by various OEMs.
Because it was 62 degrees yesterday but it will still snow tomorrow, this edition of Short Takes looks at 5 years of Surface Pro, an unfixable Skype bug that was already fixed, Amazon v. Microsoft, and so much more.
Because I’ve fallen and I can’t get up, this edition of Short Takes examines Microsoft’s latest marketing gaff, Build 2018 vs. Google IO 2018, Google vs. Nest, Broadcom vs. Qualcomm, and much, much more.
Intel’s latest fix to patch the Spectre vulnerability is causing more issues than it fixes; Microsoft to the rescue.
Because winter in Narnia was shorter than this, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s coming $1 trillion market cap valuation, a major Surface Laptop correction, Microsoft v. AWS, and much, much more.
Because Meltdown and Spectre are the gifts that keep on giving, this edition of Short Takes looks at more news about these vulnerabilities, CES 2018, and more.
Because it’s the end of the world as we know it, this edition of Short Takes looks at the many issues swirling around the Spectre and Meltdown security vulnerabilities. TDLR: We’re doomed.
The Surface Pro has been available for six months and now that the dust has settled, it’s time to take another look at the hardware.
There is a lot of talk about how Windows devices based on ARM will be a huge shift in desktop security but Microsoft needs to come out and explain the value of an ARM-based devices.
In a recent press release, IBM announced its new Power Systems Servers and POWER9 processor, which can be useful when working with artificial intelligence and other compute-intensive applications.
Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 bridges the gap between laptop and desktop but with a starting price of $2499, is it worth the expense?
The Invoke is finally here but is Cortana inside a smart speaker the next great digital assistant or is it playing catchup?