Daniel Rubino is the Editor in Chief of Windows Central. He has been writing about Microsoft since 2007 when the site first launched under WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). In 2010, he took over duties as Editor-in-Chief, moved to Executive Editor in 2020, and went back to Editor in Chief in 2022. In addition, he manages the staff, directs content, and is a YouTube personality, head reviewer, analyst, and podcast co-host.
Before working on Windows Central, Daniel was a polysomnographer at Weill-Cornell Medical College and NY Presbyrtiaran in New York City, a movie theater projectionist for 17 years, Emergency Medical Technician in Connecticut, and was studying for a Ph.D. in linguistics in the neurology of language. In addition, he has studied at Sienna College, the University of Connecticut, Boston University, and the CUNY Graduate Center with political science and linguistics degrees.
C'mon people Two job listings at Microsoft related to silicon have sparked speculation that the company is on the verge of making its own ARM processor tied to Windows 12. Here's why that idea is silly.
Bangers After five years, Razer has updated its premium Nommo Pro PC gaming speakers with welcomed revisions, including THX.
The best 👑 Dell sets the bar, again, with its innovative U3224KB display with 6K resolution and some nifty tricks.
Word to Go Microsoft Word just picked up an awesome feature for students, office workers, and anyone who wants to read Word documents on their Kindle on the go.
Hands-on Acer’s forthcoming creative laptop has AMD’s brand-new, top-tier Ryzen 7840HS processor and a gorgeous 3K AMOLED 16-inch display.
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OMG 🤯 The company is doubling how fast its most expensive mouse can poll your PC for lag-free gaming.
Bye-bye 🐥 Microsoft drops Twitter from is advertising tools, as the company refuses to pay the social network $42,000+ a month for API access in its new revenue scheme.
So good 🔥 Samsung’s latest Galaxy Book laptop fixes some of its most significant issues to deliver an intriguing experience.
Solid deal Dell's Alienware AW3821DW just had $350 lopped off its price. Here's why it's an excellent gaming display that you should consider getting, especially at this price.
Laws are coming Government regulation via a certification process may be coming for AI as the U.S. Commerce Department asks for consumer feedback on what it should do about the risky technology.
🔥sale Lenovo is running a special sale where two of its top-tier business laptops are getting 40% price drops. Here's what I think of them and which one you should buy right now.
It's here (kind of) If you use Microsoft Edge on Android and really like the new Bing Chat, you can now enable the feature directly in the web browser via a hidden 'flag.' We'll show you how it's done.
Ur a hackr For some, Twitter is increasingly becoming more annoying due to the forced ‘For You’ feed, but there’s an easy fix for it.
boring but good Long battery life, solid build, and overall good features make this an ideal laptop for freelancers who need power and stability.
Hey, Cortana Voice assistants were once thought to be the next revolution in computing until we all tried them. Amazon's Alexa seems to be the most recent casualty, but will generative AI change things?
Tensor wow With a simple video driver upgrade, users with RTX video cards can now enjoy sharper videos from Twitch, YouTube, Netflix, or Hulu.
Feel the force Lenovo’s 2nd gen ThinkPad Z13 and Z16 laptops are getting a touchpad remake for the better.
What they knew Back in November, Microsoft was doing public testing of ‘Sidney,’ and its early problems were already evident.
Glorious Razer’s first “V4” accessory is an outstanding full-sized keyboard chock full of knobs, dials, buttons, and a sh*t ton of RGB, just as it should be.
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