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Microsoft may be planning to update its branded hardware this fall, with updated Surface Pro 4s and a new Microsoft Band 3. But are new Surface all-in-ones waiting in the wings? We round up the rumors.
Microsoft customers have overwhelmingly adopted the Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4, according to new data released by AdDuplex, while the pricier Surface Book garners just a small slice of market share.
In January, innovative laptops and hybrids with snazzy OLED screens took CES by storm. Five months on, that train seems to have come to a screeching halt.
A new report from IDC tracks the tablet's ongoing decline, while detachable tablets like Microsoft's Surface rise in popularity. Now smartphone vendors are getting into the act, applying their mobile acumen to compete with PC vendors.
Microsoft's new patent filing envisions a trackpoint with an embedded fingerprint sensor, enabling Windows Hello in mobile devices.
Apple is taking a shot at Windows PCs with its new 9.7-inch iPad Pro tablet, calling it the "ultimate PC replacement."
Apple touts the iPad Pro 8.9-inch as the 'ultimate PC replacement.' We'll see about that.
Samsung launches its first Windows tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S, which offers a cheaper alternative to the Microsoft Surface Pro line.
IDC predicts that the next iteration in the PC will be detachable tablets, which will fold in more traditional slate-style devices.
In theory, the Plumbago app for Windows should make handwritten notes on a tablet legible. In practice, it doesn't seem to do anything.
Microsoft releases a firmware update that should nip the Surface devices' power-management issues in the bud, once and for all.
This week, Jon, Flo and Gordon discuss tanking tablet sales, why Microsoft would buy SwiftKey, a new Windows phone, and the heartbreak of USB-C.
Although it may or may not see the light of day, a rechargeable Surface Pen would be a welcome improvement over the current design.
Intel and Sony headlined press-conference day, showing off gadgets from collision-avoidance drones to turntables, which are making a resurgence at CES. Here's some of the things that caught our eye.
Panasonic's new rugged Windows tablets support Core i5 chips and Windows 8.