Microsoft's new firmware updates bring various fixes and enhancements to the Surface 2, and a further update will make its way to the Surface Pro 3 to improve Wi-Fi connectivity "in the coming weeks".
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Microsoft is now rolling out the latest firmware update for its Surface Pro 3, cryptically referring in its release notes to "additional upcoming configurations" for the Surface Pen on the tablet.
The Surface RT, Surface Pro and Surface Pro 3 all received firmware updates today as part of Patch Tuesday. Improvements for Ethernet, WiFi and the front-facing LifeCam were amongst the updates.
Pebble has released its second update of the month, bringing its firmware to version number 2.3. The new update brings improved stability, bug fixes, and more.
The original Surface Pro is the only one of Microsoft's tablets that received a firmware update today as part of "Patch Tuesday" with Surface Pro 2 owners still waiting for their promised update.
Microsoft will release new firmware updates for its Surface, Surface 2 and Surface Pro tablets later today as part of Patch Tuesday but the new Surface Pro 2 will not receive an update.
An insider at AT&T has claimed that the long awaited GDR2 and Amber updates will be rolled out to customers who own a Lumia 820 or 920 today. Nokia and AT&T have yet to make an official statement.
Just a few days ago, firmware 1.60 was released for the Vita. This update gave access to a various selection of features including, PSP backwards compatibility, Google Maps and video recording.
The Zune HD is, as you'll know, Microsoft's answer to the iPod. As such, they put a fairly hefty amount of work into making it as impressive as can be; this, of course, includes firmware...