The Great Windows 8 Upgrade Double-Cross

When I first upgraded my HP Compaq Office XP machine to Windows 8, I was elated. The new OS from Microsoft got every drop it could out of my struggling...

OneNote in Education Keeps Getting Better

I was introduced to OneNote in 2002, when I purchased my first tablet, an Acer flip around convertible 2 in 1. The laptop/tablet was a dog, but after using OneNote...

Microsoft: Promote Universal Apps

I had some downtime yesterday and decided to browse the Windows 8 Store. After poking around Featured, Top Free, New & Rising, and a couple other categories, I took at...

Microsoft: Please stop killing trees!

With the release of Windows 8.0, I considered it an oversight. When Win 8.1 was launched, I figured Microsoft was in such a hurry to make the Windows XP/7 purists...

TouchRetouch – A Universal App

When I downloaded TouchRetouch to my phone last week, I was impressed. When I discovered that TouchRetouch is now available in the Windows Store as a Universal App (pay once,...

Wunderlist, or WunderBUST, or maybe WunderLESS

It’s no secret that I am a task/to-do application maven, constantly seeking the Holy Grail of task apps. Not that I suffer from acute CRS (Can’t Remember Shit). It’s just...

Norm MacDonald Shares a Robin Williams Story

A friend posted on Facebook this morning. I clipped all the tweets into a single page below.   Here is the original link from The Daily Banter    And...

SHAREit from Lenovo

Just got an interesting email from Lenovo featuring a new program called SHAREit, that can be installed on any; iOS, Android or Windows (x86) machine. Sorry, no WP or Windows...

Microsoft’s Daily Challenge

Mobility Digest’s internal staffnotify mail is a constant flow of chatter relating to one subject or another. Often times it has been shared with our readers as “Mobility Leaks”. One...

Prediction: Microsoft buys Insteon

One thing is clear: Microsoft has to be in the hardware business and their Surface release and Nokia acquisition are proof. For years we've heard of Microsoft in the home without...