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Microsoft Surface boss: 'Multiple aspect ratios and sizes' of Surface to come

Microsoft Surface boss: 'Multiple aspect ratios and sizes' of Surface to come

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Following rumours of a Surface mini, Microsoft's Panos Panay has confirmed that the Surface will one day be available in multiple aspect ratios and sizes. Panay, the corporate vice president who oversees Microsoft's Surface division, while at a Surface... >>

Microsoft's Surface team now testing translucent aluminium smart watch prototypes?

Microsoft's Surface team now testing translucent aluminium smart watch prototypes?

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Reports first suggested in the spring that Microsoft was developing its own smart watch to contend with Apple and other competitors' alleged watch products. Now new information indicates the company's prototypes are a part of the Surface team. The Verge -... >>

Microsoft's WPC roadmap slide reveals Surface RT and Surface Pro updates, new accessories

Microsoft's WPC roadmap slide reveals Surface RT and Surface Pro updates, new accessories

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Microsoft entered its new financial year recently and has begun detailing plans for 2013 and FY 2014 at its Worldwide Partner Conference in Texas. The Worldwide Partner Conference, also known as WPC, is an annual conference for Microsoft's partner community.... >>

Microsoft offering free Touch Cover to Surface RT buyers

Microsoft offering free Touch Cover to Surface RT buyers

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Microsoft has started offering free Touch or Type covers to those who who pick up a Surface RT in the US or UK. The tablet, which retails for £399, is clearly undergoing a bit of a sales push from Microsoft as it struggles to compete against the likes... >>

Microsoft updates Surface RT speaker with louder volume, Surface Pro with Wi-Fi fix

Microsoft updates Surface RT speaker with louder volume, Surface Pro with Wi-Fi fix

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If you find yourself fancying the Surface RT, one issue you might have noticed is the incredibly quiet speaker. This can be problematic if you're engrossed in the plethora of media that's found on the web today. Luckily, Microsoft has your back, as... >>

Microsoft's Bill Gates has harsh words for the iPad: 'A lot of those users are frustrated'

Microsoft's Bill Gates has harsh words for the iPad: 'A lot of those users are frustrated'

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Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates had harsh words for Apple's iPad during a Monday morning TV interview on CNBC. Speaking about the declining PC market, which reached record lows last quarter, Gates said that tablets were growing in popularity and it was... >>

Microsoft Surface sales reached 900,000  in Q1, joining top 5 tablets

Microsoft Surface sales reached 900,000 in Q1, joining top 5 tablets

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Microsoft Surface sales were on the up-and-up during the first quarter of 2013, according to IDC. The research firm found that Microsoft is moving up the ranks as a serious tablet manufacturer, and the Surface Pro and Surface RT tablets combined for a... >>

Microsoft expanding Surface Pro to the UK and 25 other countries in May

Microsoft expanding Surface Pro to the UK and 25 other countries in May

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Microsoft is expanding availability of its Surface Pro running Windows 8 outside of the US, Canada, and China as it hopes to capture more marketshare.  In a blog post, the Surface team announced that the Surface Pro would be available before the... >>

Microsoft 'has sold 1.5M Surface units since launch'

Microsoft 'has sold 1.5M Surface units since launch'

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Microsoft has sold roughly over 1 million Surface RT and 400,000 Surface Pro units since launch, according to Dina Bass of Bloomberg, bringing the total number of Surface units to roughly 1.5 million.  Unlike Apple, Microsoft isn't keen on giving sales... >>

Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 and RT will now enable Flash by default

Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 and RT will now enable Flash by default

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Microsoft has announced that it will now allow Flash content to run on Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 and Windows RT devices by default, beginning 12 March.  The folks in Redmond have made the change because a number of websites now support Windows... >>