All Articles by Daniel Rubino

Microsoft is supporting Google's Progressive Web Apps platform and that's great news for everyone

Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are an increasingly important piece of the app puzzle. But it's not just Microsoft pushing the tech. Today, we explain what PWA is and why it's such a big deal.

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Surface Laptop and Windows Insiders get new UEFI and firmware update

If you are a Windows Insider (Release Preview, Slow, or Fast Ring) and have a Surface Laptop you may have some new firmware available.

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Razer Blade 4K review: A stunning display comes to a slightly aging gaming laptop

The 4K Razer Blade is finally available nearly six months after it was announced. While it's still a premium choice, Razer needs to re-think some aspects of its crown gaming laptop.

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Our Dell XPS 27 video review shows what a monster all-in-one PC really looks like

Following up last week's written review of the Dell XPS 27 is our companion video breakdown of this 4K monster of a PC that is powerful enough for VR.

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Microsoft's Skype gets more Cortana integration as a new helper AI bot

A new round of Cortana integration is being seen for Skype on iOS, Android, and Skype Desktop Preview. Here is how the AI is helping users with daily conversations.

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Why Groove Music's OneDrive integration is its killer feature

Choosing a music-streaming service these days is difficult and confusing. Some of us at Windows Central use Groove not because it's made by Microsoft, but because we can stream our entire collections anywhere.

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Disney Movies Anywhere DRM system severs ties with Microsoft Movies & TV

Disney is informing its Movies Anywhere customers that future movies purchases through Microsoft Movies & TV will no longer work with the digital rights system.

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Logitech MX Master 2S review: the most productive mouse you can buy

Logitech is back with a refresh to its popular MX Master series with the new MX Master 2S. Here is what's new with it, why this mouse is so loved by many, and why you should consider buying it.

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Dell XPS 27 7760 review: An awesome VR-ready all-in-one (AIO) PC with a 4K touch display

Dell's refreshed XPS 27 all-in-one PC steps up its game with a beefier AMD GPU and improved "Kaby Lake" processor making this a borderline gaming machine with a 4K display.

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Microsoft's Windows 10 PC OS keeps evolving, but its future is uncertain

The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update lack the same level of excitement as Microsoft's last two releases. Is it time to admit the PC OS is basically complete, and Microsoft need to rethink its release strategy?

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update release starts October 17

Microsoft is making it official as the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is now set to arrive on Tuesday, October 17.

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New Razer Basilisk optical gaming mouse targets first-person shooter (FPS) games

The new $70 Basilisk mouse from Razer lets players of first-person shooter (FPS) games hone their hardware for total precision.

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Microsoft starts letting Insiders test Office 365 from the Windows Store

Microsoft is expanding the Office 365 Preview for the Windows Store by letting invited Windows Insiders try it out.

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Razer Blade Pro 17-inch gaming laptop gets full HD, GTX 1060 and a huge price drop

Razer just announced a new iteration of its popular 17-inch Blade Pro laptop. With a GTX 1060 GPU and a full HD 120Hz display, the Blade Pro also drops to a more affordable $2,299 price tag instead of $4,000.

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Razer Atheris review: An affordable travel mouse for productivity and getting your game on

Razer's new Atheris travel mouse merges the worlds of gaming performance and productivity. Here is why this $50 mouse is worth a look.

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Logitech G903 review: A serious optical gaming mouse with inductive wireless charging

Logitech's G903 is a slight evolution over the fan-favorite G900 gaming mouse. Here is what's new with it and whether it's worth an upgrade or not.

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Yes, Fitbit Ionic and newer Fitbit products will work with Windows 10 Mobile

Fitbit announced a new smartwatch for the fall dubbed the Fitbit Ionic. Will it work with Windows 10 Mobile though? You bet it will.

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How to enable a Precision Touchpad for more gestures on your laptop

This brand new guide shows you how it is possible to install Microsoft Precision trackpad drivers on any laptop with Elan or Synaptics drivers like the HP Spectre x360 or Razer Blade.

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SteamVR, Minecraft on Windows Mixed Realty are even more impressive than you think

We recently tried some SteamVR games coming to Windows Mixed Reality, including the new Minecraft experience. Here is what we think.

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Microsoft Mixed Reality to get support for SteamVR, Minecraft and Halo starting this holiday season

Microsoft is bringing SteamVR, Minecraft and more to Windows Mixed Reality this holiday season. Even better, you won't need a $2,000 PC to make it all happen.

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