Rumor has it we’ll see it in May.
It does Windows and stacks up nicely against the iPad Air 2, though it’s still just a tablet.
At $1.7B, it’s not just a flesh wound.
Microsoft thinks its Surface Pro 3 can displace your MacBook Air. Maybe not.
Handwriting-to-text may not be the most efficient use of the Pro Pen stylus with the Microsoft Surface Pro 3.
Microsoft thinks it can save the PC industry by recreating laptops as elegant tablets with shocking price tags. Good luck with that.
Microsoft announces a new 2-in-1 tablet/PC hybrid computer.
Hardware sales may be starting to take off at Microsoft. Too bad related profits are headed the other way.
Getting set up properly with Microsoft’s online services is just as important as getting your hands on the gear. (Sponsored by Microsoft)
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.
The company sent out invitations to its “Surface 2.0” event in New York City
Ballmer will leave a legacy of both good and bad choices at Microsoft.
Boy, that tablet must
Focusing consumer attention on e-books via an acquisition of the Nook digital library could be a good way for Microsoft to buy time while it straightens out its app problem.
Microsoft is reportedly planning a smaller 7-inch Surface tablet. But doing so may strip out much of what makes a Surface a Surface.
What does Microsoft do wrong? Lots of things. But the company also does some important stuff right.
ReadWrite got a look at Windows marketing chief Tami Reller’s secret “cheat sheet” of talking points she’s rolling out in conversations with Wall Street.
ReadWrite received a behind-the-scenes look at the new tablet, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Get the real story behind Microsoft’s 5 big headlines of 2012.
Well-known analyst Tim Bajarin argued Monday that Microsoft has “betrayed” its hardware partners with the launch of its Surface tablet, and that it should abandon its infant hardware business. It’s a strange, protectionist argument – and it’s dead wrong.