Articles about Microsoft Surface
It's been two years since first reports of Office for iPad's existence came to light. Are politics or evolving product strategies (or both) to blame for its continued absence?
According to a new report, Microsoft is aiming to sell 16 million Windows tablets this holiday season. Maybe its alleged $405 million retail Windows marketing budget for FY'14 will help.
Microsoft is advising those still running Windows RT 8.1 preview to come and get the final version of Outlook 2013 RT before the Windows RT 8.1 preview expires in January 2014.
Product review: Will this first-generation Surface RT user shell out to upgrade to the new Microsoft Surface 2?
I have to admit, I am impressed by Microsoft - a company that has been my client and the subject of many an article both friendly and critical. But this time, at least as we heard presentations at the Microsoft Analyst Summit in late October, they seem to have gotten most of it right.
Apple announced new iPads, Nokia announced new Lumias, HTC revealed a bigger One Mini, and Microsoft released new Surface devices.
Microsoft's Surface docking station is available for purchase in the U.S. in limited quantities. It won't be more broadly available until early 2014.
Microsoft has just released its new Surfaces, but how does the original ARM-powered Microsoft tablet fare with Windows 8.1?
Microsoft's first-generation, Intel-based Surface Pro now starts at $699.
Imagine if Microsoft somehow managed to make a $249 machine (after all, if Acer and Samsung could do it, so could Microsoft), And imagine if Microsoft called it the Officebook.
Microsoft has removed the Desktop tile as one of the Start Screen tiles it displays by default on its ARM-based Surface 2 devices. Here's what's changed.
What's inside the Surface Pro 2 tablet? According to iFixit, it's pretty much what was inside the original tablet, apart from a faster CPU, more RAM, and a larger SSD.
We've got MacBooks and Chromebooks, brands that tell the consumer what they are and who makes them. Then there's Windows laptops, the segment without a brand.
Microsoft's biggest Surface 2 competitor isn't Apple with its new and next-gen iPads. It's Nokia.
Fingers are pointing at Windows 8.1 as tests show that both the Surface Pro 2 and Surface 2 tablets trail behind OS X, iOS and Android devices when it comes to battery life.