Saturday, February 13, 2016 04:19 PM
Two years later Microsoft has not fixed the simple task of social media sharing
By Stephen Pate – After years of development, Microsoft still has not corrected the bug in the browser that allows you to share pages on Twitter.
When I tried to tweet a story on the
BitTorrent downloads get new copyright infringement notices
Canadian internet consumers who illegally download movies, TV shows and music are getting official notices to cease and desist from the copyright owners. ISP’s such as Bell are providing subscriber email addresses within
Photographed By Rockie Nolan.
Apple announced its first quarter sales numbers today, and it's official: We've hit peak iPhone.
The holiday quarter is always Apple's (and most retail companies') biggest money making period of the year. 2015 was no
Windows 10 Mobile is not a competitive phone operating system and the future does not look promising.
By Stephen Pate – The long-awaited upgrade to Windows Phone 8.1 is expected to ship within the next two weeks.
Renamed Windows 10 Mobile this is a complete rewrite of
Can you trust the reviews on the Microsoft Store?
Stephen Pate – Microsoft may not allow you to express your real opinion about the products sold on the
As long as Microsoft censors their user reviews, I take them as public relations
Returns at the Microsoft Store Take Personal Contact With Store Staff
By Stephen Pate – Returns at the Microsoft Store are taking an unusually long time during Boxing Week Sales.
There is no line-up at the counter for the online store but it can take more than half an hour
The Surface Pro 4 suffers from the “app gap” with no sheet music reader software
By Stephen Pate – The Surface Pro 4 is a newer and slightly larger version of the Surface Pro 3 discussed in
Surface Pro 3 Full Sheet Music Reader.
The Surface Pro 4 has
Do you have faith in your local police department?