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Next Steps for Windows 10 Commented on: 1 week ago (October 7, 2014)

Windows 10 needs some work, yes, but Microsoft is missing a lot of the bigger picture with it. They're missing all of the ARM connections here. Yes, there is no consumer preview yet. But what...

Nokia Lumia 530 First Impressions Commented on: 2 weeks ago (October 3, 2014)

Biggest letdown I hear from people that buy the 635: No front-facing camera.

Now Available: The New Office 365 Plans for Small and Medium Businesses Commented on: 2 weeks ago (October 2, 2014)

Office 365 Business is THE BEST way to get over the complications of setting up an SMB volume license agreement.

Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard First Impressions Commented on: 2 weeks ago (October 2, 2014)

I have a Wedge Mobile keyboard. The part at the back is for the batteries. I sometimes lay my Acer W4 tablet flat on a desk, put the keyboard cover/stand down flat, and hitch the battery...

Windows 10 Tip: Swap Between Start Menu and Start Screen Commented on: 2 weeks ago (October 2, 2014)

"I assume the need to log out will go away once Continuum is implemented?"

It damn well better!

Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter First Impressions Commented on: 2 weeks ago (October 2, 2014)

"Machinima for Windows Phone on the big screen"

It's called Machinarium.

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Commented on: 2 weeks ago (September 30, 2014)

That isn't your registry doing that, sorry to say.

Live from San Francisco: It's the Future of Windows Commented on: 2 weeks ago (September 29, 2014)

"There's no need to get information and analysis second hand when you can get it straight from the tap"

Planning on doing a bar run afterwards, then?

Better than Chromebook? A $250 PC Gets It Done Commented on: 3 weeks ago (September 27, 2014)

I'd like to think that the new Zotac PI320 is going to be a boon for SFF PC's, but the launch price is $199 and it doesn't ship until October. It's basically a Dell Venue 8 Pro without the screen...

Surface Pro 3 Now Qualified for Pilots Commented on: 3 weeks ago (September 25, 2014)

Probably due to x86 platform support for their software. When your documents are huge and have highly-detailed imagery, ARM just doesn't hold up. Neither does iOS.

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