Jason L Ward is a columnist at Windows Central. He provides unique big picture analysis of the complex world of Microsoft. Jason takes the small clues and gives you an insightful big picture perspective through storytelling that you won't find *anywhere* else. Seriously, this dude thinks outside the box. Follow him on Twitter at @JLTechWord. He's doing the "write" thing!
Folding phones are getting a lot of attention but Microsoft's HoloLens progress is moving holographic computing closer to the masses.
Companies, governments, policymakers and citizens have a lot of work to do to ensure AI doesn't reflect the worst of humanity.
As Microsoft struggles to maintain its personal computing relevance its Surface and HoloLens creators may be its secret weapons.
HoloLen creator Alex Kipman famously stated "smartphones are dead." An appearance of HoloLens 2 at Mobile World Congress may be the beginning of the smartphones end.
Microsoft's Surface and NFL partnership shows the power of Surface on the field and off, in the personal lives of many of its top players.
We've been hearing a lot about edge computing in recent years. But what exactly is it and why does it matter to you. Columnist Jason Ward explains.
At its 2017 developer conference, Microsoft began emphasizing its plans for the 'intelligent edge.' At CES 2019, Microsoft and its partners made those plans more of a reality.
Microsoft's and grocery chain Kroger's pilot collaboration is merging the traditional and digital shopping experience in interesting ways that may be setting the tone for the future.
After 12 years of using Windows phones, Windows Central Columnist and Window phone enthusiast Jason Ward has switched to Android. Don't believe it? Read his first-hand account for yourself.
2018 is behind us and 2019 looms ahead. Here are some of my tech and Microsoft predictions for the coming year.
As we moved from 2017 to 2018 Windows Central columnist Jason Ward made tech predictions for 2018. Let's see what did and didn't happen in 2018!
Appscope founders Carl Unger and Oskar Larrson are on a mission to enlist developers, build PWA awareness among consumers and grow the PWA ecosystem.
Behind the bright screens of our devices hides the dark environmental impact of the data centers that power Microsoft's cross-platform cloud efforts.
Microsoft's Rewards Program pays users to use Bing, but the masses don't know about it. That needs to change.
After a week-long battle, Microsoft ended the week of November 30th ahead of Apple as the world's most valuable company — but not everyone is happy.
Adding voice to always connected PCs may add dimension to computing and communication that further mergers smartphones (which are tablet PCs) and computers.
I've been using Windows phones for 12 years, and the Lumia 950 XL is still my daily driver. Here's why.
Microsoft's sub-par Windows 10 Tablet Mode is hurting its productivity advantage, leisure computing endeavors and Surface Andromeda hopes.
Before indulging in those enticing Black Friday doorbusters, let's take a moment to think about some Microsoft technologies that have benefited millions and for which we should give thanks.
Samsung's Infinity Flex Display confirms smartphones are tablet PCs and this is an opportunity for Microsoft.
Microsoft and others are pushing the 5G revolution. But there is a growing outcry that 5G can seriously hurt us and the environment.
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