The Windows 10 device many have been waiting for is finally here. The Surface Pro 4 tablet/laptop convertible that has been featured in several leaks is finally official and it’s supposed to be even better than its predecessor in every regard. Here’s what you can expect from it in terms of hardware. More →
Microsoft called it “the ultimate laptop” more than once while on stage, but what do the technical specs of this clipboard device actually look like? Let’s find out. More →
It’s been a long time, but Microsoft has finally unveiled a new flagship device based on Windows Phone. In fact, it’s unveiled two new devices to quench Windows users’ thirsts for high-end hardware: The Lumia 950 and the larger Lumia 950 XL. Below we’ll go over the key specs and features for each device. More →
Microsoft on Tuesday unveiled a brand new wearable device, the second-generation Microsoft Band that’s supposed to offer even better features than the predecessor, with a big focus on fitness and health. More →
In case you didn’t know, Windows 10 has been a very successful release for Microsoft. The company announced on Tuesday that Windows 10 is now running on over 110 million devices just 10 weeks after its initial launch. Impressively, Microsoft says 102 million of the devices running Windows 10 are consumer devices while 8 million are on enterprise machines. This means Windows 10 has a whole lot more room to grow since it seems enterprise customers are dragging their feet installing the new software. More →
Apple and Google both dominated September with two huge events, unveiling a whole slate of new devices across multiple products categories. But not to be left out, Microsoft is hosting its own event today in New York City. As with the other media events this fall, we’re expecting several new hardware announcements from Microsoft today, but you won’t have to wait much longer to find out.
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Earlier this year, Microsoft announced a seemingly strange partnership with Xiaomi for beta testing Windows 10 mobile. The company proved that it can easily install a Windows ROM on an Android device, suggesting in the future it might decide to compete against Google this way. Rather than launch new Windows hardware, Microsoft might one day provide just the software that would make possible installing Windows on any Android handset.
The software maker has yet to confirm such plans, but the company is toying with technology that will let users boot two operating systems on smartphones and tablets, something that’s not yet available on any device. More →
The Surface Pro 4 will be one of Microsoft’s most important new products that it is expected to introduce along with a bunch of other new devices on Tuesday, just in time for the Christmas shopping season. On top of the hot Surface Pro 4 – which promises some exciting features – Microsoft will likely unveil two new Windows 10 phones, including the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL handsets and a Microsoft Band 2.
Here’s what we expect from the company’s October 6th media event. More →
In the coming weeks, Microsoft is going to completely reimagine your Xbox One dashboard with the New Xbox One Experience, but the changes aren’t stopping there. Over the weekend, Mike Ybarra, Director of Program Management for Xbox, confirmed that every Xbox One controller is going to gain the ability to have its buttons remapped “soon.” More →
What’s the No. 1 gripe everyone has about their gadgets? That’s right, it’s battery life. While most gadget fans keep pleading with manufacturers to include bigger and better batteries in their devices, Microsoft has come up with an idea to improve battery life that doesn’t involve bigger batteries: Namely, it wants to give your laptop the ability to better understand user behavior and then adjust battery consumption settings accordingly. More →