Like everyone, we have opinions. Here's where you'll find all our editorial and opinion pieces on all things Windows, Windows Phone, Xbox, Surface and Microsoft. We get to let our hair down a bit and roll up sleeves and tell it to you as we really see it. Feel free to browse our editorial section or start off with few pieces highlighted below.
Our top editorials are written by:
- Daniel Rubino, Editor-in-Chief: Daniel has been reporting on Windows and Windows Phone news since 2007 and is widely considered an authority on Microsoft and mobile You can reach him through email at firstname.lastname@example.org for press inquiries.
03 July 2015
Every week I'll try to answer you top questions on Twitter regarding Microsoft, Windows, Windows Phone and Xbox. This is our first episode of #AskDanWindows and I'm tackling five of your inquiries in video format. Go!
10 July 2015
A lot of Microsoft news happened this week. Layoffs, Microsoft's re-focus on Windows Phone hardware and more Windows 10 news. This week we tackle those questions, plus ones about HoloLens, Microsoft Band 2 and those new flagship Lumias. Tune in!
17 July 2015
When you have questions I (sometimes) have answers! Tune into this week's episode of #AskDanWindows where I pick some questions about Microsoft that need answering. From the Band 2 to high-megapixel Windows Phones, here is my take on the state of Windows.
01 August 2015
Due to the Windows 10 launch I missed last week's episode. No worries as this week I'm back and tackle 7 of your questions about Windows Phone, Windows and Microsoft! This week I talk about browser extensions, the Lumia 950 XL and some speculation on that rumored Intel phone!
08 August 2015
This week on #AskDanWindows I take 5 of your Twitter questions and try my best to answer them in our video. Today's episode I speculate about the Surface Pro 4 and whether Microsoft is doing enough to market Windows Phone to consumers. Tune in!
Numbers don't lie
01 May 2016
Smartphones have evolved into mini PCs. As Microsoft moves in the direction of an all-in-one PC, Apple and Google have remained publicly focused on a traditional smartphone model. The numbers are in. The space is evolving and smartphones are dead.