How to write about technology that’s actually useful

The first thing to realize is that it’s hard to write articles about technology you don’t understand.

If you’re like me, you might have a hard time understanding the difference between a browser tab and a mobile phone’s microphone.

And if you’re someone who spends most of your time reading articles about tech and programming, you probably know how important that distinction is.

I’ve been doing that for over a decade, and I think it’s something you can’t teach.

If the article you’re writing for someone else is really helpful, you may be able to convince them to give you a few bucks to write more.

For example, a recent article in Forbes about Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4, which launched this week, explained how it’s actually possible to create a laptop-style tablet without any hardware whatsoever.

While this article didn’t provide a detailed instruction on how to build one out of electronics, I think this is a great article for anyone looking to learn more about the Surface Pro.

The problem with this article is that while it clearly explained how to make a Surface Pro without hardware, it was largely missing the point: the point is not how to manufacture a Surface.

The point is that Microsoft, for whatever reason, thinks it can manufacture a laptop.

Microsoft’s marketing team is clearly trying to sell the Surface to consumers, and it’s clearly trying a lot of different marketing tricks to convince the public that it has a good idea of how to do that.

If it really did think it could do this, then it could at least come up with a good way to market the Surface.

This isn’t the first time Microsoft has been accused of lying about the hardware capabilities of its products.

In 2008, a Windows XP software update was released that didn’t have any hardware.

While Microsoft claimed it was working on a fix, the company wasn’t, and in fact the update only introduced new hardware.

Microsoft also tried to claim that the update would be available in March of this year.

But the update never happened, and the company didn’t tell users to get it until November of that year.

The fact that Microsoft didn’t fix the problem, or that it didn’t offer a way to use the new hardware, suggests that it may have been lying to customers.

There are other examples of the company lying about hardware capabilities, too.

When Microsoft first introduced the Xbox 360 in 2000, Microsoft told us that the console was capable of running Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows ME.

The Xbox 360 also didn’t support games.

Microsoft then told us in a 2007 video that the Xbox One was capable, too, and that it was just “a little bit slower.”

But in 2014, Microsoft was lying about its Xbox One specs in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.

“You’re going to have to wait a little bit longer than we thought to get this one,” the CEO of Microsoft’s gaming division said.

“The first one we got [for the Xbox] is a little slower.”

Microsoft also lied to the public about how well its Xbox 360 and Xbox One games worked, and how they performed on the PlayStation 4.

In 2013, a new game called Fallout Shelter was released, which had only a single game-play mode, called “Multiplayer.”

The Xbox One had no multiplayer.

After an internal investigation, Microsoft admitted that the game was in fact an Xbox 360 game, and even claimed that it wasn’t a backwards compatibility update.

The company even changed the name of the game to “Fallout Shelter” and promised that the developer would receive an exclusive Xbox One console code for it.

But that game didn’t work, and a Microsoft representative was quoted in the Wall St. Journal article saying, “There’s no excuse for that.

You guys can go home and play it and then go play a different game on your Xbox One.”

While the game had some issues, Microsoft eventually fixed the problem and said it would fix the issue in a future update.

And it was never wrong to fix a problem before people complained.

If Microsoft has no interest in helping the public understand its products, it’s important to understand how it can’t.

Microsoft, in fact, has tried to sell Windows 10 as a way for consumers to switch to an even more powerful and flexible Windows 10 OS.

While the new OS has more powerful hardware and the ability to run more games, it also has a different way of running applications and apps.

While Windows 10 runs on ARM processors, Windows 10 works on a different type of processor: the 64-bit Intel Atom processor.

Windows 10 is built on ARM, which means it’s a lot more powerful than Windows 8, which Microsoft first announced in 2008.

While a 32-bit version of Windows 8 was originally intended to replace Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, the original 64-bits version of Microsoft Windows didn’t make it to market until Windows 10 was released.

Windows 7 has more CPU cores than Windows 10, so it runs at