Microsoft today took the wraps off the new Surface Laptop Studio, a model that likely replaces the Book line. It comes with a swivel display, RTX graphics, a haptic trackpad, and Thunderbolt ports.
After months of leaks and rumours, Microsoft has finally announced the new Surface Duo 2 that comes with 5G, triple-camera setup and an 8.3-inch display that is protected by Corning glass.
Microsoft has announced the new Surface Go 3 2-in-1 device that comes with the new Intel processors and Windows 11. The device also features Windows Hello for biometric authentication.
Microsoft today showed off the Surface Pro 8 with a redesigned design that brings a larger display with a high refresh rate, support for Thunderbolt 4 ports, a new Slim Pen, and 11th-gen Intel chips.
Microsoft is expected to announce new Surface hardware at its event later today. The company will be streaming the event live. You can also follow Neowin to stay up to date with the announcements.
At its annual Surface event tomorrow, Microsoft is expected to announce the refreshed Surface Pro X with 16GB of RAM and Windows 11. Apart from that, the device may also feature a 120Hz display.
Microsoft is sending out invites for an event on September 22. The invite houses a Surface Pro-looking device, hinting at a possible new model. A Surface Duo 2 might also be on the cards.
Microsoft has announced that from July 28, developers can opt to use third-party payment mechanisms in their apps without paying the company any fee. This is in stark contrast to Google and Apple.
Microsoft officially took the wraps off the branding for the next major Windows version, which is Windows 11. The firm showed off the major UI and experience improvements coming to the OS.
Microsoft has announced a second event for June 24, which will be held at 3 PM ET, four hours after the Windows 11 event. The firm might announce new Microsoft Store policies for developers.
Microsoft's next virtual event happens on June 17 and it focuses on "hybrid work". There isn't much in the way of information but announcements for new Teams features are expected.
Event date unveils, console feature unveils, and even some browser capability unveils, the last seven days were host to a small number of announcements, and even a leak. Catch up via our overview.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to hold special events for its Windows, gaming, cloud, and security products in the next few months. A Microsoft 365-focused event is scheduled for this week.
Microsoft today sent out invitations for an event that it will be holding on March 30. The company didn't provide any specifics on what the event will be, but it's likely Microsoft 365.
Microsoft today announced the Surface Earbuds at its special event in New York. The earbuds can be controlled using voice, touch, or gesture. It costs $249 and will be available later in the year.
During its special event today, Microsoft officially unveiled the Surface Pro 7, which looks a lot like previous iterations. It replaces the DisplayPort connector with a USB Type-C port.
Microsoft has announced the latest iteration of the Surface Laptop, which is the first Surface device to be powered by an AMD Ryzen processor. It uses a custom Ryzen 7 processor with Vega 11 graphics.
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.
According to a new report, Microsoft might be releasing a 15-inch Surface Laptop 3, which will be launched at next month's hardware event. Little else is known about the product, such as specs.
Some possible configurations of the upcoming Surface Pro 7 have shown up online, showing the return of a Core i3 model with 4GB RAM, going up to a Core i7 with 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD.
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.
On this week's episode, Rich and João talk about the Apple and Microsoft coming in the next few weeks, the mess that's the 19H2 testing process so far, and SNES games coming to the Switch.
Microsoft today unveiled Surface Headphones at its event in New York. The headphones employ noise cancellation and have Cortana built in. They will be available in the US and UK during the holidays.