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  • Microsoft Windows 10 Devices Event Recap

    Everything You Need To Know From Microsoft’s Massive Hardware Event

    Microsoft this morning announced a grip of new hardware, including Surface products, high-end smartphones, a wearable, Windows 10 for the Xbox One and its first laptop. The laptop, called the Surface Book, stunned in an event marked largely by products Microsoft watchers were expecting. Read More

  • Watch The Microsoft Surface Book Unveiling Right Here

    Watch The Microsoft Surface Book Unveiling Right Here


    Microsoft just announced and unveiled a stunning convertible laptop called the Surface Book. As the video above shows, the $1,500 laptop features a detectable tablet powered by a Core i7 CPU. It’s worth noting that most PC makers currently have a device very similar to the Surface Book, but none seem to be as well designed. Read More

  • Microsoft Announces The Surface Pro 4

    Microsoft Announces The Surface Pro 4

    Today at an event in New York City, Microsoft announced the Surface Pro 4, a widely expected device that follows the unsurprisingly named Surface Pro 3. Microsoft noted that its Surface business is now at a $3.5 billion annual run rate. The device is the thinnest Surface yet, according to Microsoft. The company expanded the Surface Pro’s screen to 12.3 inches from 12 inches. The device… Read More

  • Surface Team Used Surface To Build Next Surface

    Surface Team Used Surface To Build Next Surface

    Today during Microsoft’s Windows 10 hardware briefing, the next Surface was shown off. There are a lot of things here to dissect, so read up on all of the details here. The most interesting bit of information that perked my ears up is that the Surface was used during the building of this new Surface Pro 4. Talk about ultimate dawgfooding. Yo dawg… There is quite a bit that goes… Read More

  • Microsoft Throws Shade On The Apple Pencil

    Microsoft Throws Shade On The Apple Pencil

    “It’s kind of funny, there’s a Pencil out there without an eraser,” said Microsoft’s Panos Panay moments ago when announcing the upgraded Surface Pro 4 stylus. Because, you know, the Apple Pencil doesn’t have an eraser and the Surface Pen does and Microsoft had to take the opportunity to make a joke. Read More

  • Microsoft Unveils The Lumia 950 And Lumia 950 XL, Two Powerful Windows Phones

    Microsoft Unveils The Lumia 950 And Lumia 950 XL, Two Powerful Windows Phones

    Microsoft unveiled the best phones no one buys at a press conference in New York today. As expected, the company showcased two new flagship devices, the Lumia 950 and the Lumia 950 XL. As the names suggest, the XL variant is a phablet. These devices come with great specs. Yet, these devices are exclusive to AT&T in the U.S. Read More

  • Microsoft Promises Windows 10 For Xbox One This Holiday

    Microsoft Promises Windows 10 For Xbox One This Holiday

    At the Microsoft event this morning, the company’s No. 2, Terry Myerson, announced that the company will be upgrading all of its Xbox One systems to Windows 10. That means the company’s fanboys will be able to play Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One. The company is also introducing limited-edition consoles inspired by games. The Halo5 console, Myerson’s favorite, comes with… Read More

  • Microsoft To Ship HoloLens Development Kits For $3K In First Quarter Of 2016

    Microsoft To Ship HoloLens Development Kits For $3K In First Quarter Of 2016

    Microsoft showed a new demo today at a press conference in New York. The HoloLens, the company’s take on virtual reality — sort of — is an augmented reality device that lets you add virtual elements to your real-world environment. Today, the company announced that development kits will be available for $3,000 in the first quarter of 2016. Read More