If you are looking to buy a burgundy or cobalt colored Surface Laptop from Microsoft, be prepared to wait as the devices are sold out.
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Microsoft has announced another Surface hardware event for later this month but the event is taking place in China.
The Surface Studio is a lot more than a pretty machine, it is Microsoft at its best when it comes to exploring new boundaries.
Microsoft has included language in its changelog for its Surface Pro 4 devices that says new products are on the horizon.
If you purchased a Surface Studio, the device is now shipping and Microsoft has a private phone line for support to make sure your new device is perfect.
Microsoft has released a new commercial that pits the iPad Pro vs the Surface Pro 4; the company uses Siri and Cortana to show the shortcomings of the Apple device.
Microsoft has determined that the Simplo battery issue with the Surface Pro 3 is software related and that a fix will be pushed out soon to resolve the issue.
The market researchers at IDC this week claimed that detachable tablets---or what I think of as "Surface clones"---will experience big growth in the next few years, jumping to 30 percent of the overall tablet market by 2020.
Microsoft has released a firmware update for the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book that finally allows the machines to enter a sleep state.
It's been a tough year for Windows phone fans. But as time moves forward, we better understand the ramifications of Microsoft implementing the new strategy it announced last July. And I think we can finally see the way forward.
Microsoft's keynote kicks off tomorrow at 10 A.M. ET and if you are curious what the event looks like, we have you covered.
Don't lament failed strategies like "Windows only" or "Windows first," because we're in a better place now called "Microsoft first." And it makes sense.
Apple's iPad Pro could be a credible Surface competitor. But Apple will need to improve on this first release quite a bit before this future can be realized.
A Microsoft email uncovered by Geekwire is causing a stir with Microsoft enthusiasts today, and not because of what it says but rather what it implies.