Can Windows 8 replicate the "it just works" experience of iPad, or is Windows RT a better bet...?
Matt Baxter-Reynolds blogs on the changing face of software development in a post-PC world.
Matt Baxter-Reynolds is a mobile software development consultant and technology sociologist based in the UK. His latest book -- "Death of the PC" -- is available on Amazon now.
BB10 has some interesting features - particularly BlackBerry Balance - but you'll need to deploy a BES to take advantage of them...
In a few weeks people will be able to buy Windows 8 and Windows RT tablets. Perhaps it's time to step back and look again at just what "post-PC" means...
I've yet to meet a Windows Phone developer who's happy about the way the latest SDK release is being handled. Perhaps a little industrial action is required...
Snapped view is one of the most winning features of the Windows 8 experience, but the recently announced HP ElitePad 900 doesn't support it. Uh-oh.
Anders Hejlsberg, the father of C#, has a new project. But can it win over developers outside of the Microsoft camp?
You know how no one ever got fired for buying IBM? I have a sense that it will be possible to get fired for buying Surface.
Like using Windows 8, but don't like IE? You might seem some curious behavior when shopping for Windows Store apps on the web using Chrome.