Articles about Microsoft Surface
Three months after buying a Surface Pro in the middle of a Canadian blizzard, how's it holding up as my everyday laptop?
Buyers are unlikely to care about the odd half inch of screen size here or there. These days, only one thing matters: Price.
Microsoft has put a price tag on its Surface Pro for a number of European markets, with the slate to debut before the end of the month in most of them.
The long-awaited Surface Pro tablet will be sold through Microsoft online, JB Hi-Fi, and Harvey Norman, with prices starting at AU$999.
Get the coffee brewing. Microsoft's latest round of Patch Tuesday updates includes patches for ten security bulletins, with two considered as 'critical'.
Microsoft is continuing to roll out fixes and updates for its Surface Pro and Surface RT tablet/PC hybrids as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday process.
The tech media, and unlikely mainstream outlets, have given Microsoft a beating over the past year. But in recognizing the difficulties with Windows 8 (and Windows RT), the software giant is eating humble pie. Here are the next steps Microsoft should take with the Windows Blue update.
Current and potential Microsoft Surface Pro users who've been pining for lacking Wacom driver support for pressure-sensitive applications like Photoshop: Your wait may soon be over.
Microsoft insists Windows 8 is beautiful, flexible, and fast. And it's true when you're touching it correctly.
Hood is replacing outgoing CFO Peter Klein, who will remain at Microsoft through the end of June to oversee the transition.
Smaller 'specialty stores' are increasingly key to Microsoft's retail strategy.
Microsoft Windows engineering chief Julie Larson-Green says a public preview of Windows Blue will be out for all Windows 8 users at the end of June.
Microsoft sold about the same number of Windows 8 licenses in six months after release as it did with Windows 7. But its usage share stands at one third of what Windows 7 had in the same time. There's a disconnect between what's being sold and what's being used. Here's why.
Microsoft is ready to fire up the Windows Blue disclosure machine. Here's what to expect and when, according to company officials.
Microsoft is continuing to sell Windows 8 licenses at roughly the same clip that it sold Windows 7 ones to its OEM partners and others in the channel, company officials say.