Microsoft's new Surface devices aren't any easier to repair than their predecessors.
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Microsoft is now one of the top 5 PC vendors in the United States for the first time in history.
Surface All Access was one of the less heralded announcements to come out of this week's Microsoft event.
Many are feigning indignity at the thought of premium PCs running the lowly Windows 10 Home. Let's get over ourselves.
I have thoughts about today's Microsoft Surface announcements. Some of which may surprise you.
Microsoft's new Surface devices are here. Pre-order now.
Surface All Access gives you access to a Surface device, along with Office 365, and top-tier support.
Microsoft now makes headphones. Yep.
Microsoft unveils the new Surface Studio 2 with upgraded internals.
Microsoft's Surface Laptop is now available in a new color, combined with upgraded internals.
Microsoft's new Surface Pro 6 is here with upgraded specs, new color.
Microsoft's gorgeous new black Surface devices leak.
Microsoft has assembled us in New York City today and will launch new Surface PCs ... and perhaps more.
Back to Black.
Will Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Pro 6 ship without USB-C ports? That's the rumor. And it makes no sense at all.
Over a year after its stunning put-down of Microsoft's Surface, Consumer Reports is once again recommending the PCs. Well, except one of them.
Brad and I were the first journalists at Ignite to experience Surface Hub 2 first-hand. And. it. Was. Awesome.
It's not quite a delay, but Surface Hub 2 won't be rolling out exactly as Microsoft originally planned.
In a surprise move, Microsoft has quietly stopped offering its Surface Plus financing program for consumers.
All Surface Pro (2017) models are now $200 off at the Microsoft Store. Yes, including the version with built-in LTE capabilities.
Surface Studio owners have quite a bit of updating to do: Today, the PC was provided with a complete firmware update overhaul.
Joining most of its other stablemates, Microsoft's original Surface Book this week picked up its own massive set of firmware updates.
Data from AdDuplex suggests that Surface Go is off to a tepid start, capturing just 1.24 percent of Surface PC usage in its first month in the market.
Barely a week after it was buried under a mountain of firmware updates, Microsoft's latest Surface Pro is getting patched again.
While several other Surface PCs have received massive sets of firmware updates in recent days, Surface Pro 3 received just a single update.
PCs from major PC makers ship with special software utilities for troubleshooting, support, and driver downloads. But Microsoft doesn't do this.
On the heels of a similar sale for Surface Laptop, Surface Pro (2017) and Surface Book 2 are both on sale for up to $300 too.