A look back over Microsoft’s changes during the 2010s, from launching the Surface tablet to the death of Internet Explorer.
A roundup of interesting articles for the week ending July 26, 2019. Includes Facebook’s $5 billion FTC fine and San Diego Comic Con.
Microsoft announced some new Xbox product details during (and before) this week’s 2019 E3, including the next Xbox due out in late 2020.
Microsoft’s released the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, a Blu-Ray drive-less version of their traditional One S. But is it worth the $50 price difference?
A look at who makes up the world’s most popular websites, from tech giants like Google and Facebook to Russian and Chinese sites.
I look at the ways each of the Big Five tech companies (Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft) earn their income.
Android and iOS are now pretty much the only choices for mobile operating systems. Meanwhile, what mobile activities are Blackberry and Microsoft up to these days?
Microsoft’s announced the debut of Windows 10 S, a locked-down, school-friendly version of Windows meant to take on Chromebooks. Does it have a chance?
Much has changed in both technology and in the business world since 2006. A decade ago, the smartphone boom hadn’t started, Apple started its MacBook series of laptops (replacing the previous iBook and Powerbook lines), and social media was just taking off.
On the business side, the most valuable public companies in 2006 were mostly energy companies or banking. However, the next 10 years would see big changes for both sectors.
Earlier this week came surprising news that Microsoft’s bought LinkedIn, the social network aimed at professional networking and job hunters.[…]