There are definitely shadows around windows in the Technical Preview - they're pretty substantial and go around all four sides of the window. It's very easy to tell what's in focus. It's funny...
I installed it on a late 2008 unibody Macbook and it didn't ask me either. It all went very well.
It really doesn't make sense to use the DuoLingo app on a computer with a normal browser. The website has more features than the app.
1366x768 is awful.
These devices don't have a hardware camera button. Hopefully this doesn't set a bad precedent for future Windows Phones. It's one of the best differentiating features of these phones.
The 635 is coming to T-Mobile. There's a press release on their news site.
That design is awesome. The old look was getting stale.
The lack of function keys is pretty crazy. Even basic software has uses for them. They are often required. And any device with a piddly little SSD should have SD support.
Whenever you talk about the future of Windows, Paul, you seem to ignore gaming. I know that it's not that important to the big picture, and gaming blogs gaming news sites tend to grossly...
I think MS would say that it is "Windows."