This past week was Microsoft's October 2 event held in New York, where it announced both hardware refreshes and its dual screen halo devices, the Surface Neo and Duo, due out next holiday.
Microsoft finally announced Windows 10X, its new operating system for foldable and dual-screen PCs. The OS is what we previously knew as Windows Lite, and it's coming in holiday 2020.
A new report has surfaced describing some of the products that Microsoft will be announcing next week, including an Alcantara-less Surface Laptop 3, a narrow-bezel Surface 7, and more.
A new patent from Microsoft shows a concept for a dual-screen or foldable screen device that fills cavities in the hinge with liquid, preventing issues with materials getting inside of them.
Microsoft sent out formal invitations for its upcoming event today, where it announced the time and location. It also confirmed that unlike last year, it will live-stream the event.
According to a couple of new patents filed by Microsoft, the company's upcoming dual-screen Surface device, known as Centaurus, might come with a 360-degree hinge and a magnetic closure.
This week, Rich and João talk about the possibility of running Android apps on Microsoft's Centaurus device, Microsoft's departure from Intel processors, and the mistakes made with Windows Phone.
A new report has surfaced, claiming that Microsoft's new foldable device could be coming in the first half of next year. The device is also said to be capable of running Android apps.
At an all-hands meeting, Microsoft has shown off its rumored Centaurus dual-screen laptop, an out-of-character move for the Surface team, which usually plays its cards close to its chest.