This week on What The Tech Andrew Zarian is joined by Jon Prosser for a special Sunday edition. They discuss how many tech journalist get reviews wrong and the latest holiday tech trends.
Andrew and Paul discuss the Surface Book 2? Are the upgrades enough to justify buying it?
Andrew and Paul discuss whether the Google Pixel 2 XL really has a better camera than the Apple iPhone X. is there a big difference between the two phones? Paul rants about the Microsoft Xbox One X not having an SSD.
Andrew and Paul discuss Microsoft in the mobile market and a rumored Folio device. What is Microsoft's direction in the mobile market? Andrew talks about his upgrading nightmare on his MacBook.
Paul Thurrott gives his first impressions from unboxing Microsoft's new Xbox One X game console. Andrew and Paul also discuss whether Microsoft and Sony are updating game consoles too quickly. Will Sony launch a new console that one ups Microsoft's Xbo...
Andrew and Paul discuss Windows on Arm, specifically the battery life we might see from Windows on Arm devices. Andrew and Paul also talk about the Windows 10 Fall Creators update, rumors of Andromeda OS on a Surface Phone,
Google announces a slew of new hardware including the new Pixel and Pixel XL, a new Chromebook, and new Google Home smart devices. How do the new Pixel phones compare to last year's model? Andrew and Paul also run down new hardware from HP such as the ...
Paul talks about his trip to Orlando for Microsoft Ignite and a possible October announcement. What could Microsoft announce next month? Andrew and Paul play futurist looking back at technology and where we could be in years to come.
Andrew and Paul discuss where they stand a week after Apple announced the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. Did Apple make a mistake by only offering Face ID on the iPhone X? Nvidia released a new Shield TV with a revamped remote and price drop.
This week Apple announced the new iPhone 8/8 Plus iPhone X, 4K Apple TV, and Apple Watch. Andrew and Paul discuss the latest products from Apple. Will buyers be turned off by a $1000 price tag for the iPhone X?
Apple has sent out invites for the official announcement of the iPhone 8. Andrew and Paul discuss the latest rumors surrounding Apple's next iPhone. What other announcements might Apple make at the September 12th event?
Mary Jo Foley stops by to talk about Consumer Reports removing their recommendation of Microsoft Surface PC's over concerns about their reliability. Andrew and MJ ponder what questions Consumer Reports asked users.
Rumors abound that Microsoft is killing Paint. Paul sets the record straight about the future of Microsoft Paint. Paul also touches on Microsoft failing to understand what it's customer base wants from Windows. Is Microsoft self sabotaging Windows?
Andrew discusses his initial impression of HP's Elitebook X360 notebook. Is Andrew making the switch from Mac to PC? Paul talks about his upcoming move and plans for cutting the cord and installing home automation in his new home.
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss more in depth about Microsoft's Windows 10S and the future of Universal Windows Platform apps. Will we ever see developers like Adobe fully develop their programs for UWP?
This month marks the 10th anniversary of the Apple iPhone. Andrew Zarian and Stevie Richards take a look back at how the iPhone and smartphone technology over the last 10 years has changed our lives. Andrew and Stevie also discuss Nintendo unveiling th...
Microsoft officially unveils the Xbox One X, previously known as Project Scorpio, at E3. Is the $499 price tag for the Xbox One X too high, or just right? Paul Thurrott also gives us his first impression of the new Microsoft Surface Pro,
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott recap the announcements Apple made at this year's WWDC including the new iMac Pro, Apple HomePod, and iOS 11. What stuck out in the bevy of announcements this year? Microsoft announces Xbox Game Pass.
Paul Thurrott addresses rumors of some sort of mobile reboot for Microsoft. What could Microsoft be developing? Intel announces the Intel Core X. Who is this new processor aimed at? And Microsoft announces new features coming to Skype to make it more s...