Daniel Rubino is the Editor in Chief of Windows Central. He has been writing about Microsoft since 2007 when the site first launched under WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). In 2010, he took over duties as Editor-in-Chief, moved to Executive Editor in 2020, and went back to Editor in Chief in 2022. In addition, he manages the staff, directs content, and is a YouTube personality, head reviewer, analyst, and podcast co-host.
Before working on Windows Central, Daniel was a polysomnographer at Weill-Cornell Medical College and NY Presbyrtiaran in New York City, a movie theater projectionist for 17 years, Emergency Medical Technician in Connecticut, and was studying for a Ph.D. in linguistics in the neurology of language. In addition, he has studied at Sienna College, the University of Connecticut, Boston University, and the CUNY Graduate Center with political science and linguistics degrees.
Baller Pushing design and engineering to its limits, Razer’s latest gaming peripheral weighs an astonishing 49 grams. But it comes at a price.
AI everywhere OpenAI and Microsoft are bringing their tech into Microsoft Teams Premium via 'intelligent recap,' which will auto summarize your meetings, including adding chapters.
Come on, really? Nothing is sacred as a few radically dumb conservatives try to make Microsoft and Xbox their latest target in the made-up "culture ware," which may drive clicks but is hurting everything else.
📉 Despite some very positive earlier quarters, it looks like the Windows PC market is sharply returning to normal as Microsoft underestimates demand for newer Surface PCs and Windows licenses.
Let's get real Going after the CEO’s pay and a Sting concert misses the point of criticizing Microsoft’s latest layoffs.
Here's an idea E-ink is now more than good enough for taking notes, reading, and sketching, so why is Microsoft not using this tech yet?
Tough call TIME has done an exposé on the human labor from Kenya that’s used to make OpenAI’s ChatGPT safe.
Future computing LG's new Gram Style laptop has a hidden touchpad until you press it. Here's how it solved one of the significant problems with Dell's gorgeous XPS 13 Plus. The answer is simple and awesome looking.
Best of CES Windows Central Best of CES 2023 Awards: CES 2023 revealed a mountain of hotly anticipated tech, and we were on location to discover what's next in the PC world.
And they're great! Apple’s official apps for Windows 11 are now available for those in the U.S., and I like what I see.
Hear me out The market has spoken, and Microsoft is rightly pivoting to make its productivity Android phone a success.
It's here Intel's Unison app for Android, iOS, and Windows PCs is a big deal for those who are always connected.
1995 again A decentralized social network has its challenges, but Mastodon is the first exciting thing to happen to the internet in years.
Master list We have a list for you if you’re on Mastodon and looking for some tech sites and people to follow.
Ban hammer If you have been using Azure or related Microsoft services for mining crypto as of December 1 it’s against acceptable use.
Seems faster Microsoft’s web browser is smart enough to know when too much RAM is too much.
Old is new again Unless I’m missing something, Microsoft’s so-called ‘Super App’ came out a year ago and is full of weirdness and wonder.
So good While it’s not cheap, HP’s new premier Dragonfly G3 laptop is full of the latest technologies and perfect for productivity on the go.
Write not badly If you must write a lot, you need to have Grammarly Premium. Luckily, it has a rare 50% off sale for today only.
Going fast! 🔥 The most radical and innovative laptop of 2022 is having a flash deal dropping the price by $500
Going fast If you want to add a fast SSD to your laptop or desktop, this Solidigm P41 Plus Series 1TB is at an all-time low price of just $59.
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