After almost 27 years, Microsoft is finally putting Internet Explorer to rest. I give some thoughts on the rise and (lengthy) fall of Explorer.
A look at how the “Big Five” tech companies are planning to observe the newest US federal holiday, Juneteenth.
Microsoft seemed to spend the 2010s as a quieter company versus its 90s and 00s self. The 2010s has seen the rise […]
Back in late 2015, I tried writing favorite article roundup posts for a very short while. The idea is similar to that […]
E3 (or Electronic Entertainment Expo), the big annual video game conference, is going on this week in Los Angeles. Most of the […]
Microsoft’s recently launched a version of the Xbox One S without a disc drive. The “Xbox One S All-Digital Edition,” as it’s […]
The world’s most popular websites online include the usual suspects, such as Google and Facebook. However, they also include Russian and Chinese […]
The Big Five tech companies (Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft) have different means of earning income. Here’s a look at how […]
A few years ago, I wrote about how Android and iOS came to dominate the mobile device space. There’d been a lot […]
Some time ago, I wrote about how Google’s Chrome OS is now the most popular OS used in American schools. In the […]