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Microsoft Surface Support

Microsoft’s Windows RT Surface will get software support for four years

November 26th, 2012

In today’s world of disposable electronics, where new models can instantly make old ones feel obsolete, it’s often impossible to know how long hardware will be supported down the road. Although Microsoft (MSFT) greatly annoyed Windows Phone 7 users by making devices that were incapable of updating to the new Windows Phone 8 OS, the company looks to do right with Surface tablet owners …

Microsoft Surface Review

A month with the Microsoft Surface

November 19th, 2012

The Microsoft Surface got off to a shaky start. Preorder demand seemed strong for Microsoft’s (MSFT) debut tablet but the company made it a point to note that initial supply would be limited following the Surface’s launch. CEO Steve Ballmer then stated on multiple occasions that Surface sales have been relatively slow, likely in an …

Windows RT Criticism

HP’s PC boss slams Microsoft Surface and Windows RT

November 15th, 2012

Microsoft’s (MSFT) new Windows RT operating system is no stranger to criticism and while BGR’s review of the new Surface tablet was favorable, the device was not well received in other early reviews. Executives at Microsoft’s partner companies have been outspoken about the Surface as well, and HP’s (HPQ) PC boss Todd Bradley  joined in during …

Microsoft Surface Sales 2012

Microsoft CEO says Surface sales off to slow start

November 12th, 2012

Microsoft (MSFT) chief executive Steve Ballmer said just after the company’s debut tablet launched that sales weren’t very “interesting,” and it looks like sales of the Windows RT-powered tablet are still a bit slow. Speaking with French newspaper Le Parisien, Ballmer is quoted as having said Surface sales “are starting modestly.” Ballmer wouldn’t elaborate with any …

Microsoft Surface Launch

A brave new world: Microsoft Surface now available for purchase

October 26th, 2012

Welcome to the new Microsoft (MSFT). The world’s largest software company is now officially a Windows hardware vendor, having launched its debut tablet at midnight Friday morning. Crowds seeking out at Microsoft pop-up stores were surprisingly large in some cases — AllThingsD’s Ina Fried posted some great photos from the Times Square store on her Twitter account …

Windows 8 Launch

Windows 8 now available in 140 markets, upgrades start at just $15

October 25th, 2012

Microsoft (MSFT) on Thursday took to New York City to announce availability of its brand new Windows operating system in more than 140 markets around the world. Windows 8 and Windows RT usher in the new face of Windows, a tile-based interface that combines shortcuts and widgets into tiles that can deliver live information to …

Microsoft Surface Market Share

Microsoft Surface review: A tale of two tablets

October 23rd, 2012

Some time ago, top executives at Microsoft (MSFT) realized the company needed to make some major strategic changes to adapt in a marketplace that was in the early days of a huge shift. Many would argue that the decision came later than it should have, and they could present some solid arguments. Microsoft’s entry into …