Those who upgrade a Surface Laptop to Windows 10 Pro can of course return to Windows 10 S at any time.
With the latest iPad Pro and iOS 11, Apple is finally moving the needle on iPad-based productivity. Here's what to expect.
The teardown specialists at iFixIt have rendered a damning indictment against Surface Laptop: It's not repairable in any way.
You've been able to configure Cortana as the default assistant in Android for quite some time, but the option is hard to find.
Samsung has opened up an Early Access program for Bixby on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.
You can now download drivers and firmware for both Surface Laptop and the new Surface Pro from Microsoft.
I was interested to see that Microsoft will move its on-premises Windows Server product line to Windows 10's rapid release model. But this will impact all of Microsoft's customers over time.
You may not know this, but Microsoft offers a camera app for iPhone called Pix that it says provides big advantages over the stock app. This week, Pix got a lot better.
Microsoft has quietly introduced its Microsoft Modern Keyboard, which features a Fingerprint ID key for Windows Hello sign-ins.
Call it the Great Pen Wars of 2017. Both Microsoft and Apple have moved the needle on their respective smart pen computing solutions. So which one is better?
It may look the same at first glance, but the deeper I dig, the more impressed I become with the improvements Microsoft has made with the new Surface Pro.
Microsoft has never made a profit selling Xbox consoles. And it looks like the Xbox One X won't be an exception to that rule.
When Microsoft announced its blockbuster plans to make Minecraft cross-platform compatible, the PlayStation 4 was notably absent from the list.
Microsoft announced that customers can now purchase its new Surface Laptop and Surface Pro PCs. And Surface Studio is now available in new markets as well.
With the release today of the Windows 10 S-based Surface Laptop, Microsoft has brought preview versions of Office 2016 to the Windows Store as well.
Microsoft this week published two ads in which it compares Windows 10 PCs to Chromebooks. The interesting bit? One targets education, as you might expect. But the other targets businesses.