For Day 4 of its 12 Days of Deals promotion, Microsoft is offering its base model Surface Pro 4 for just $649. That's a savings of $250.
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A crowd-sourced 2-in-1 aimed squarely at Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 sold out immediately this week on Indiegogo.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has finally taken Apple CEO Tim Cook to task for his hypocritical comments about 2-in-1 PCs.
Earlier today, I wrote about a $250 sale on the base model Surface Book. But there's an even better sale to be had for a certain Surface Pro 4 model.
The base model Surface Book is now on sale for $1250 at the Microsoft Store, a savings of $250. That's a great price, and it changes the value equation somewhat.
Surface Book owners can look forward to a new set of firmware updates in Windows Update today. But there's no explanation about what's being fixed.
Today: A Microsoft Black Friday preview, Apple announces a $300 self-congratulatory coffee table book, Apple is looking into digital glasses, more.
Microsoft's Surface Book with Performance Base and Surface Dial are now available for purchase. But Surface Dial is already sold out.
Good news, Surface Pro 3 users: A new firmware update for your tablet promises to fix the battery issues many have been experiencing since the summer.
Today: the first-ever online Learn OneNote Conference, what's happening with Microsoft's Skype messaging everywhere feature, Microsoft patents a Surface Pen Strap, more.
The FUD I see around the move to USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 is overwhelming but is likewise without merit. Folks, dongles are nothing new.
USB-C is an incredibly versatile connectivity standard that is becoming pervasive on modern PCs. When combined with Thunderbolt 3, it's nearly perfect.
Seagate releases an external SSD for Xbox One, Microsoft says no to Windows 10 LTSB on general-purpose Surfaces, new MacBook Pro vs. Windows in Boot Camp, more.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Mashable shits all over Surface Studio, Microsoft removes 90,000 apps from Windows Store, Xiaomi takes another step towards the US, more.
Surface 3 was a great idea: Take everything that worked with Surface RT and Surface 2 and add a bigger 3:2 display and Intel x86 compatibility. But now it's gone.