This week in iOS Skype was updated, Apple addressed battery concerns about the iPhone, and Apple Pay is coming to fast food.
There should be plenty of $100 laptop specials and dirt-cheap tablets available, but don't expect many sales on new devices like the iPad Pro or the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book.
Three years ago, Congress was considering banning Huawei hardware due to concerns over spying. Today, Google has chosen to make a Huawei-built phone into its flagship Nexus 6P. What are the security implications for American users?
Fear of carrier commitment? No problem. Apple now sells SIM-free, unlocked iPhone 6s and 6s Plus handsets; a great option for business travelers and SIM switchers.
Microsoft's big Windows 10 launch heads the week's most interesting tech news. There's also a surprising change in the Google (now Alphabet) code of conduct, more support for Apple hardware from Microsoft, and big news for LastPass users
This is not just a refresh with sixth-generation Skylake processors: Dell is also bringing XPS 13 styling and infinity displays to the 15-inch laptop market, and adding a 12-inch tablet/keyboard combo.
Last month, I was leaning towards going "all in" on iOS with an iPad Pro. Microsoft and Dell have made that decision much more difficult with new 2-in-1 products.
Quorum's CEO and I sat down for a few minutes at SpiceWorld 2015 in Austin, Texas to talk about Quorum's DRaaS solution, HIPAA compliance, a new virtual appliance, and more.