The common refrain has been that tablets are for consumption and that laptops are for productivity. Microsoft tried to bridge that gap with Surface, and now Apple and Google want that too.
A week of Windows, iThings and Lollipop... and FLAMES
Philips Fidelio X2 headphones review
LG G3 Vigor review
LG G3 Vigor
Fire & Water: ioSafe 214 NAS review
A closer look at the Lumia 735, Microsoft's new 4G 'selfie phone'
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Buying a sound card has always felt more like a gamble than an investment to me. But just how much better can music, movies and games sound? Enough to prevent buyer's remorse?
There are wildly differing viewpoints on whether or not the tablet is on its way out, as you might guess. One perspective is that of the smartphone taking over what the tablet does...
Back in February I suggested that Windows 8 was geared too much toward tablets and touch devices, in my view Microsoft had all but abandoned the traditional desktop user. Has my view changed? Nah.
So far it seems that Microsoft has avoided answering the many comments on how desktop users will benefit from Windows 8 over Windows 7, which leads me to thinking: Is Windows 8 really my idea?
In the 15th century Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing process. This new technology changed the world forever. One specific task was made incredibly easy — the spreading of written words. eBooks take us to the...
Robert Lyttle sent in an email that points to the general direction of his latest paper entitled "Computer crime in 2002, an insider's opinion". Its a worthwhile read and points to the various changes that...
I was just over @ Wininformant to see if there was anything new and I saw that Paul Thurrot has written a very well done Analysis and Opinion of the Microsoft Antitrust Settlement So good...