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January 21st

#Microsoft held its big #Windows10 event unveiling many features, that it will work on PCs, laptops, tablets, phones, IoT devices and the #Xbox One, plus the all-important fact that for the first year it would be a free update for Windows 7 and 8.1 users.

The company showed off the new #Continuum features, improved design of the OS and how Cortana would be integrated into the OS. T...

I’ve been trialling the #Lumia950 for just over a week now so I thought it would be a good time to share with you my thoughts of the new Windows flagship phone. In short it is great. Read on for find out more details about it.

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I have used #Windows10 Mobile on a few devices over the past few months so it’s new features, functionality and improved design don’t feel new to me. But, what...

Before #Build2015 started I wanted one thing from it, a reason why anyone should buy into the #Microsoft ecosystem. In short, I could buy an iPhone, have access to more access to more apps than with Windows and still use all of Microsoft’s services. Why then would I buy a Microsoft product? You can read more about why I wanted this here -

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In less than 4 hours #Microsoft will be holding its much speculated about #Windows10 media briefing in Redmond. As to be expected Microsoft is live streaming the whole thing and you can watch it here -

If, however, you are unable to watch the live stream or want additional coverage I will be live tweeting it from I imag...

With less than a week to go until #Microsoft outlines many of its plans for #Windows10 the company has now provided information of how people can watch the event.

The media briefing will begin at 9am PDT (5pm GMT) on Wednesday, January 21st and Microsoft will be live streaming it to a new website - Once the event is over people who missed it will be abl...

This time next week we should know a lot more about #Microsoft’s plans for #Windows10 and how it hopes to span all devices with a single OS. I thought I would take the opportunity to reiterate most of what we can expect from Microsoft on January 21st.


When Microsoft first showed off Windows 10 back in September 2014 it announced a new feature, #Continuum, that will dynamically change...

In case your missed the news yesterday #Microsoft sent out invitations to the press for an event on January 21 to talk about " Windows 10: the next chapter".

The event is widely expected to cover the new consumer features of the OS including #Continuum, the feature that detects if a PC should be in touch mode, and #Cortana. Microsoft is also thought to show off how #Windows10 will look and wor...

Microsoft has previously stated that it would be sharing information about the new consumer features in Windows 10 in early 2015, today The Verge reports this will happen in late January.