Microsoft's Windows Collaboration Displays platform will let its partners create Surface Hub-like room-scale collaboration devices.
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Microsoft's next-gen Surface Hub gets unveiled, and it looks gorgeous. Here is your first look at Microsoft's upcoming interactive whiteboard.
Microsoft is coming out with a new version of its hugely successful interactive whiteboard this year.
Microsoft is closing its Surface Hub manufacturing plant and laying off 124 employees as a result. Is Surface Hub "dead"?
Microsoft announced today that the Windows 10 Creators Update is now available for its Surface Hub collaborative computing solution.
After outsiders started fumbling around with the math of Surface Hub sales, Microsoft has provided a clearer view of what's happening.
Critical of the price point of Microsoft's new Surface Studio PC? Well, the far more expensive Surface Hub is off to a blockbuster start.
Back in July, we knew that Microsoft would be staging the rollout of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update across different platforms. But I hadn't realized that Surface Hub would need to wait this long for the Anniversary Update.
On the last day of Build 2015, Brad Sams, Rafael Rivera, and I got to spend some more time with the stunning new Surface Hub. Here's a quick peek at the shipping version of Microsoft's team collaboration solution.
After multiple delays, Microsoft's eagerly-awaited new group collaboration PC, the Surface Hub, is now shipping to business customers who pre-ordered the device. "We are excited to see how Surface Hub will bring people together to work, create and learn in new ways," Microsoft's Brian Hall says.
Bad news on two counts, if you've been waiting on Surface Hub: Microsoft has delayed the release of this unique collaboration solution a second time. Worse, it is raising the price of each Surface Hub model.
Microsoft this week announced a second delay for its Surface Hub, pushing back availability of this unique collaboration solution to January 2016.
There was some Surface news announced today, and while it's not about a presumed Surface Pro 4, it is indeed good news for fans of the product line.
Microsoft announced this morning that its Windows 10-based Surface Hub will be available for order starting on July 1, with the devices shipping to customers in September.