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Windows Phone fans are finally getting a standard-setting device, and none too soon. With a big, crisp screen, a great camera, and PC-like capabilities, this is a phone good enough to bring more users into the ecosystem--but only time will tell whether it does.
No one expected the Surface Book, and what they got was a true flagship for the Windows ecosystem. We got a firsthand look at this standard-setting laptop,
Say goodbye to the massive Surface Pro 3 Docking Station and hello to the more svelte Surface Dock for the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4.
Microsoft wants its new phones to drive interest in Windows 10 Mobile. Will that work?
Microsoft pumps up its workhouse productivity tablet with Intel's Skylake chip, a revamped Surface Pen and Type Cover, and gobs of memory and storage.
We go hands on with Microsoft's "ultimate notebook," the Surface Book. The incredible specs make up for a bit of awkwardness in how it all fits together.
Basking in the cutting edge won't come cheap with the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4.
Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 has a new keyboard and is 30 percent faster than Surface Pro 3.
Microsoft's massive device event used stunning new hardware like the Surface Book, Surface Pro 4, and Lumia 950 to sing the song of Windows 10's capabilities.
The Surface Book is Microsoft's first convertible computer and will start shipping October 26, 2015 and start at $1,499.
Microsoft outdoes itself with the Surface Pro 4 tablet, advancing Windows 10's core ideals into the physical world.
PCWorld's Mark Hachman takes us on a guided tour of Surface Pro 4.
Microsoft on Tuesday will live-stream the New York City event where it's expected to unveil a new Surface Pro 2-in-1 and a pair of flagship smartphones.
VAIO may have just introduced the fastest Surface clone yet.
October 6 will mark Microsoft's most important hardware launch in a year. Rumors are swirling about a new Surface Pro 4, at least two new Lumia smartphones, and even a new Microsoft Band. Here's what we expect to see on Tuesday.
Can you jam a real quad-core processor into a tablet? VAIO did with its Z Canvas. While it's designed for artists and graphics professionals, its power could tempt other users as well.
We think of batteries as just a fuel tank to power our electronic devices. Microsoft, Tesla and others have thought up a new idea: software-defined batteries, which use a bunch of specialized batteries to trade off power tasks as needed.
A data breach at credit bureau Experian may have exposed data from T-Mobile USA on about 15 million U.S. consumers.
LG’s new phablet smartphone offers a few new creativity-focused features.
The advanced messaging standard is like SMS on steroids, and Google's support in Android gives it a big boost.
Pixel C vs. Surface 3: fight!
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