Microsoft Friday made available new versions of its Surface devices with powerful specs that make them veritable options for enterprise users.
Despite a new product release Friday, some experts think all is not well with Microsoft and its Surface devices. Microsoft expert Paul Thurrott wrote in his blog that the company's radio silence on the ongoing reliability issues that hinder its Surface Books and Surface Pro 4s is one of the worst public relations moves the company could pull.
A patent filed by Microsoft suggests that its next Surface device could come with a Pen that recharges from an integrated dock.
Microsoft is working on a "breakthrough" smartphone, according to Chris Capossela, chief marketing officer at Microsoft.
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It's back to the drawing board again for Microsoft's answer to smartboard and videoconferencing systems, the Surface Hub. The company told ZDNet that it is once more pushing back the release date and raising the price on the 55-inch and 84-inch versions of the Surface Hub.
The Intel-powered Windows 10 phone that was due to be released in 2016 isn't happening, according to Windows Central, which cited anonymous sources "familiar with Microsoft's plan." Now, rumor has it that a Microsoft Surface phone is in the works.
While Apple invented the tablet category, it looks like Microsoft has figured out how to monetize it.
With the iPad Pro, going on sale Wednesday, Apple takes another step to try to better capture the enterprise market. But the specs and software included on the tablet raise one question: Who exactly in the workforce is this device for?