The Latest From Microsoft Focuses on Simple-As-A-Slide Power Management and eBook Store Updates

Just this past week, Microsoft began the run of its new Windows 10 preview build. This one, dubbed build 15014, following build 15007, will be tested on participants in the Windows Insider Program. The new OS features should allow users … Continue reading


The Rumored Information on the Surface pro 5, If True, We Can Pretty Much Count on It Being Great

Everyone has to remember the Microsoft Surface Pro ads from television. From the Surface Pro 2 ad, showing off the brand new kickstand, and the new pen, to the later gen commercials, usually with the Microsoft device sitting next to … Continue reading


The Top Tech Gifts for Christmas 2016

We all have that one person in our life that is simply impossible to buy for. The guy that has everything, the woman we want to impress, the kid whose interests change faster than the weather in Texas. To help … Continue reading


The Surface Book 2 Rumors Include More Ports and Battery Life for a Healthy Improvement

The 2015 Surface Book had its pros and cons, but it was a good model machine. Everyone really really dug it! Although based on rumors for right now, quite a similar report has been fashioned for the 2016 Surface Book … Continue reading


The New Surface Book With Performance Base Ups the Graphics, Amazing 16 Hours of Battery Life

We couldn’t believe it when Microsoft introduced its first ever laptop last year. The Surface Book, in all its anticipated and ultimate 2-in-1 notebook-ness (forgive the grammar, kids say the darndest things these days), was literally a hit. It featured … Continue reading


Microsoft Will Give You a Free Dell Laptop if Your Device Won’t Update

Has everyone upgraded to Windows 10 yet? There’s no reason you shouldn’t be, it’s been free to download for months. But, that is about to end, and Microsoft released OS prices a while back saying that Windows 10 Pro would … Continue reading


Mark Zuckerberg Covers His Laptop Webcam, and You Should Too

Excuse me while I get personal, here, but we’re one of those households that ex-ed our Xbox One’s Kinect camera. We sold it. We didn’t want anything to do with it. We had a good time using it for Fruit … Continue reading


“Chromebook” Your Old Laptop With Neverware’s CloudReady Software

Instead of typing on the Chromebook I have today, could I have just transformed my old Dell laptop into Chrome-capable computer? No way. I thought, and I am sure I’m not alone in this, that when we have an old … Continue reading


Vaio Gains Attention With Its Latest – the $1,800 Z Flip Convertible Laptop

Vaio. Who are they? Weren’t they a part of Sony (they were, but Sony sold them), and am I right by saying we haven’t heard much from Vaio since the two split? Whether you remember it or not, Sony made … Continue reading


The Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Incremental Changes, Still Good for Small Workloads

Microsoft is already on its Surface Pro 4? Why so many iterations of the same thing? I guess the saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, doesn’t account well here. The only reason why I would think Microsoft would … Continue reading


Microsoft’s Brand New Surface Book Is Not Just Another Hybrid Laptop

If I were a laptop, and there was one laptop I would try to live up to, it would be the Apple MacBook. Laptop “envy” is what it’s called, actually, and I’m not the only one who has it. Most … Continue reading


Microsoft Made an Xbox One Controller Adapter to Work with Windows 10

Life is all about convenience. Wait, scratch that. Technology is all about convenience; getting X done using Y, Z, or a combination of both. Things are changing, though, and more often we are able to get more done by using … Continue reading


The LG Gram “Coming to America” Is a Force to Be Reckoned With

LG making a new laptop is a big deal. In U.S. markets, the Korean tech giant is normally known for its big, fancy flat screen and curved television sets (which include LED, OLED, 4K, and smart), and of course, popular … Continue reading


Lenovo Faces Scrutiny for Another Spyware Scandal, This Time Involving ThinkPads

Most of us don’t think of the word “untrustworthy” when we think of Lenovo. I would say many of us simply know Lenovo as a computer and tech company. You may not believe it, but Lenovo gets in trouble quite … Continue reading


Dell Continues to Invest and Profit in Chinese-Ubuntu Markets

As many Linux lovers know, there has been a long wait for the so-called “revolution of Linux”, where desktops everywhere would run the user-controlled operating system with ease, and laptop lovers would frolic through fields with their Ubuntu penguin friends … Continue reading