Frank Shaw, head of communications at Microsoft, tweeted this: Home screens everywhere, unite! Msft apps/services being used/loved by people wherever they are, on all their devices pic.twitter.com/QkM4Xu2Exb — Frank X. Shaw (@fxshaw) February 12, 2015 I do see that the individual Office apps are running on an Android phone. This would be an… Continue reading Two Images That Show Off the New Microsoft
In my vast and large Twitter stream today I ran across a link to Reddit that was discussing issues with Microsoft and their apps. I always take these kind of things with a large grain of salt, but what I read had me interested. I followed up with someone who I knew would know more… Continue reading The Dwindling Force That is Microsoft
After a few weeks back we finally recorded a new podcast this week. Talked mostly Nexus and Chromebook, but hit on a few other points as well. Look up Agnostic Tech Podcast on your favorite podcast player (Mine is Pocket Casts on iOS and Android) and subscribe. You can always listen on the Stitcher app or right… Continue reading Back To The Podcasting…
I joined the Surface Geeks podcast this week to discuss Microsoft's big Surface announcement. Listen to the audio here Check out the links and show notes here Join the conversation by going over to Surfacegeeks.net and joining the forums. If you enjoy these shows, please subscribe to the podcast using iTunes or your favorite podcasting… Continue reading Surface Geeks 39: The New Surfaces Have Arrived
On Monday morning Microsoft once again took the stage to introduce us to their new lines of Surface. After a rough year 1 Microsoft showed they are not backing down from what they believe are devices that can work for people. As a SurfaceRT user for a year, and yes a happy one, I was… Continue reading The Surface Pro 2 Is the Device You’ve Been Waiting For
Microsoft has put the newly announced Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 in their store for pre-order. While doing this they subtly changed the name of the original SurfaceRT to just Surface. They are going to continue to sell the original device under this new name. I understand that they want to lose the RT… Continue reading Surface Or SurfaceRT, Microsoft’s Rebranding is Misleading
I expect blogs to spew crap (like mine), but you might expect a site owned by The Wall Street Journal to be a little better. While the topic of web traffic produced by tablets is not the most exciting thing in the news these days, here is just one example of what journalism has become across the… Continue reading The S*it that Passes For Journalism
Microsoft’s new tablet, called “Surface”, went on sale a few weeks ago with some fanfare. The reviews around the tech world were mixed at best. Reading these reviews was making me angry. No journalist owed Microsoft a positive review, but the reviewers totally missed the boat on what the Surface is. Every review compared it… Continue reading Microsoft Surface, What’s In A Name?