Category: Windows & Windows Mobile

Microsoft Extending the Nail in the Coffin of Adobe Flash

Announced as part of the upcoming Spring 2017 Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft is extending the existing ‘click to run’ rule of Flash ads in the Edge browser to all flash content in the Edge browser. Especially in Enterprise IT where I work, this is a great move as Flash has increasingly become a source Read More

6.98″ Cube WP10 Windows Mobile Phablet: Specifications Detailed

UPDATE – Nov 12, 2016: I found another store on AliExpress with the same device! It’s a bit higher price but will still be a very affordable review unit and has shipped. I’ll do an unboxing and first impressions as soon as it arrives!   UPDATE – Nov 8, 2016: I received communication that my Read More

How to take Better Smartphone Camera Pictures

Anyone that has met me in person already knows how much I like to talk about my Nokia Lumia 1020 Windows Phone, which for the time being is running Windows Phone 8.1, as it’s older and just runs like butter, where on 10 Mobile it was a bit rough. The key to this piece is Read More

Powerful PC Stick: MagicStick Cherry Trail Proc, 8GB Ram, 64GB+ Storage, Windows 10 + Android 5

This little Pocket PC Stick looks absolutely awesome. I was already heavily looking at devices like the Intel Compute Stick. But now we can blow that device out of the water! During it’s IndieGoGo campaign you can┬áspend about $50-80 more than the Intel stick and get a newer processor, 8GB Ram (vs 2GB), better storage Read More

Windows 10 Devices Event – Oct 6, 2015 – Highlight Videos

With all the announcements in a very well run event yesterday from Microsoft in New York, to save some folks interested in only a certain product from watching/searching through the whole two hour event, I’ve pulled out several of the key segments. I didn’t post anything for the Microsoft Band 2 or the Surface Book Read More

Windows 10 and the Ninja Cat

These last few months it’s been fun to watch Microsoft come back around to oddly “feel” like an underdog in the industry. I realize they are not an underdog… they have the market share because Windows has just been “needed” for so long. That was even addressed in this quote from Satya Nadella earlier this Read More

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