If accurate, Microsoft really doesn’t seem to care about those Windows revenue streams as much any more, as it appears as though anyone still on Windows 7 can still upgrade to Windows 10 for the sweet, sweet price of nothing. Windows 7 is pretty dead right now — it’s an end of life product as …
Microsoft has a brand new shiny console out capable of cutting-edge next-gen visuals and gameplay. So naturally, I’ve been playing old games on it. It’s what I do. So, Microsoft sent me an Xbox Series X to test out for a couple of weeks — to take on the obvious upfront questions, no, it’s not …
Was Microsoft tilting at windmills with Windows 10S, or does it have a future as a Windows “mode”? Speaking of tilting at windmills, why are HFC NBN users still in limbo, and what does the future hold for the NBN in 2018?
Amazon is finally here, but why did it fail to live up to the hype? Meanwhile, Microsoft’s pitching ARM-based Windows laptops (again), and SMS turns the quarter-century mark in the latest episode!
CBS is buying Channel 10 and bringing its All Access streaming service down under, while Telstra ditches 3rd party mobile billing and IFA unfolds with all new tech goodies in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Pebble’s death casts doubt on the future of smartwatches, while Amazon looks to the future of supermarket shopping. Meanwhile, we’re getting screwed on LEGO Batman airing dates, but will Apple’s bold cinema plan save us? All this plus Galaxy S8, Surface Phone and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Microsoft’s Surface Book or Apple’s MacBook? Foxtel Play for The Walking Dead, or piracy? All this and more with special guest, TV Tonight’s David Knox in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Things keep on happening. I can’t stop them, but while I try, here’s some news to tide you over, including our inevitable massive crocodile overlords.