Looks good, though the first picture has me worried that the design might get unwieldy if too many live tiles are selected / shown.
Wohoo, my Windows Azur quip made it onto both WW and WTT! Love ya, Paul! :-)
You have to give it to Microsoft, few companies would be so bonkers to remove the half of the name that people actually know how to pronounce.
Now that you have your power cover in hand, how would you compare the two contemporary pairings (w/ Surface 2 and Surface 2 Pro) with a 'proper' Ultrabook, or a Macbook Air?
I have no idea why I would use any one of these wearables and to what end, but I can't help but find the Moto 360 design hopelessly appealing.
I'm in love.
Why is this device almost 15% thicker and 30% heavier than the very comparably speced Nexus 5? (not to mention the price difference, obviously)
Oh, Apple cares very much about market share, they even touted it in keynotes back in the day.
Unfortunately, market share has long since become Android's strong suit, and much like number...
"I never liked you anyway!"
Come on, even playing the emotionally (and amorously) challenged teenager in jest is just plain annoying.
I don't get it, this dude, and this team, has managed to go nowhere (backwards, really) in 3 or 4 years in the mobile market, what makes them "the right people" to do anything to Windows proper?...
In my mind, I see Microsoft realising their failure in mobile and tablets, coming up with forcing Metro on Windows users as the least unlikely scenario (among the highly unlikely and downright...