Because the irony is so thick I could cut it with a knife, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft and patents, Microsoft’s big legal win, and much, much more.
Forget the naysayers: Apple has delivered another blockbuster quarter on the back of its most successful iPhone launch ever.
Piggybacking on U.S. Federal Trade Commission complaint, Apple sued Qualcomm late Friday for $1 billion.
In a press conference on Monday, Samsung finally explained its Galaxy Note 7 disaster. As expected, the underlying cause was the battery design.
Because I will never tire of the Galaxy Note 7 jokes, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s Windows 7 FUD, the PS4 continues to destroy the Xbox One, Samsung’s explosive live explanation, and more.
The European Commission announced today that Apple and Audible have ended an exclusive audiobook deal in order to avoid antitrust charges.
Qualcomm was charged with antitrust violations by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission this week. Did Apple complain about a key chipset provider?
Because the end is listless, this edition of Short Takes looks at a bizarre Microsoft lawsuit, Microsoft’s privacy ah-ha moment, Xbox fears, and more.
Fiat Chrysler announced today that it has partnered with Google to bring Android to its car dashboards. The move appears unrelated to Google’s Android Auto solution.
Because it’s the end of the year as we know it, this edition of Short Takes focuses on Microsoft, the would-be trillion-dollar company.
Even the people who hold your computer hostage with ransomware were running holiday discounts. Todd Klindt and Shane Young discuss this and other random topics on their weekly SharePoint podcast.
Because it’s beginning to snark a lot like Christmas, this edition of Short Takes focuses on a series of headline riffs for the holidays.
Because 3 degrees is a terrible temperature in both Fahrenheit and Celsius, this edition of Short Takes focuses this week’s news about Microsoft and the tech industry.