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Surface ‘Studio’ and ‘Dial’ trademarks possibly leak Microsoft desktop and phone [Updated]

Microsoft is hosting a major Windows 10 event on October 26. The company has been extremely tight lipped about what to expect, but all signs point to a new Surface all-in-one desktop PC, à la iMac. The rumor mill never stops churning...Show More Summary

For Microsoft Windows, it's do or die (MSFT)

Microsoft is set to unveil a bunch of new hardware on Wednesday, with the star attraction likely to be a new Surface PC to compete with Apple's all-in-one iMac. Microsoft is billing this event as the future of Windows 10. That's notShow More Summary

New Microsoft patent suggests connecting two Surfaces via the keyboard connector

Microsoft has applied for a new patent where they suggest users who have so many Surfaces they do not know what to do with them connect them together to create a larger canvas using a double-headed keyboard connector. In the patent Microsoft notes: Even though users may have access to a wide range of computing […]

The 2016 MacBook Pro Could Outsell Microsoft Surface Pro 4 And Surface Book

It looks like we are only a couple days away from the new 2016 MacBook Pro announcement. Mac Rumors has the news. “KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a new research report outlining his expectations for next Thursday’s ‘Hello Again’ event where Apple is expected to make a number of Mac-related announcements.” The article... Show More Summary

Microsoft: More than half of NFL franchises are using Surfaces end-to-end

Bill Belichick, New England Patriots coach recently said that Surface devices are not reliable for the job they are doing on the NFL sidelines. His statement started the debate on the role of technology in the NFL, with different opinions shared from coaches and players. Microsoft today shared some additional context from their perspective. Microsoft […]

What’s coming on November 2nd from Microsoft?

Microsoft is holding a major press event in New York on the November 2nd. So what does Microsoft have for us in this event? Couple of things are clear – they will NOT announce the new Surface Phone. No Surface Pro 5 or Surface Book 2 either. Show More Summary

Bill Belichick: Damn Those Microsoft Surfaces, Let Me Use My Tattered Yellow Legal Pad And An Unsharpened Pencil

4 days agoHumor : Funny or Die

Bill Belichick: Damn Those Microsoft... New England Patriot’s head coach Bill Belichick was caught on camera chucking one of his NFL-issued Microsoft tablets onto the ground because he'd rather use his old yellow legal pad and unsharpened...Show More Summary

Patriots’ Coach Bill Belichick : Surface Tablets :: Some Doctors : EMR Systems

I saw this article the other day on Deadspin, one of my favorite non-Lean blogs/sites. Bill Belichick, head coach of the New England Patriots, got really frustrated with an NFL-provided Microsoft Surface tablet. As with many technology issues, it wasn’t the first time he experienced a problem. If you click through to the article, you’ll […]

Huawei to reportedly launch two high-end MateBook devices powered by Windows 10 next year

Huawei launched its MateBook device powered by Windows 10 earlier this year. The company’s MateBook is very similar to Microsoft’s Surface and boasts some decent specs. Today, a new report claims that Huawei is working on two new Windows 10 devices for its MateBook line for next year. The company’s upcoming MateBook devices will reportedly […]

Patriots Coach Ditches Microsoft’s Surface Pro for Paper

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick probably has 99 problems, but a tablet ain’t one. At least not anymore because he’s done with the Surface Pro. You’d think a conference call with […]

Bill Belichick went on a rant trashing the tablets Microsoft paid the NFL $400 million to use

In the three years since Microsoft and the NFL agreed to a $400 million deal to put Microsoft Surface tablets on both sidelines of every NFL game, nobody has shown more blatant displeasure toward the technology than New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. Show More Summary

Microsoft defend NFL Surface tablets in official statement

Bill Belichick, New England Patriots coach, yesterday undid millions in Microsoft marketing by very publicly dumping Microsoft’s Surface tablets, despite most of the complaints appearing to be about connectivity issues in the stadiums where the tablets operate. Show More Summary

Bill Belichick is done with the NFL's Microsoft Surface tablets

PUGET SOUND — Football fans have seen Bill Belichick smash his Microsoft Surface tablet on the sidelines. Now the New England Patriots head coach says he's giving up the NFL-issued mobile device and going back to old-fashioned paper-and-ink photos when calling plays. "I'm done with the tablets. Show More Summary

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Challenged By New Lenovo Yoga Book

The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is considered the standard when it comes to laptop/tablet hybrids. Sites such as Digital Trends gave the Pro 4 a near perfect review. “The Surface Pro 4 is a microcosm of the change Microsoft is trying to spur inside its own walls. Show More Summary

New England Patriot’s coach is done with Microsoft’s “unreliable” Surface tablets

Microsoft’s Surface devices are good at many things, but reliability is not one of their strongest suits. This was illustrated ever so clearly by the Surface NFL debacle over the past year, with the tablet being blamed for failing due to internet connectivity issues and other miscellaneous issues (rightly or wrongly). Those issues havge taken their toll […]

Patriots coach Bill Belichick has had it with Microsoft Surface tablets

The Microsoft Surface has defeated New Englands Patriots coach Bill Belichick. In an unusually longwinded rant to reporters Tuesday, Belichick declared that he will abandon his device — the official tablet of the NFL — in favor of pen...Show More Summary

Bill Belichick is done using the NFL’s Microsoft Surface tablet he hates so much

Bill Belichick, head coach of the New England Patriots, really hates the Microsoft Surface tablet. Belichick hates these tablets so much he’s even thrown them at things before. These are the tablets provided by Microsoft that the NFL arranged for teams to use on the sideline during games. Show More Summary

Bill Belichick fed up with Microsoft Surface: 'I'm done with the tablets'

You’ve know you’ve struck a chord with New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick when he takes more than five minutes to answer a single question. The topic that got him all riled up on Tuesday? Tablets. It appears Belichick is ready to chuck his Microsoft Surface into the junk drawer. Show More Summary

Bill Belichick: ‘I’m Done With the Tablets’

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick on why he’s giving up on the NFL’s Microsoft Surface tablets and going back to paper. “Long answer to a short question, sorry.” Apple’s deal to put iPads in MLB dugouts seems to be going better than Microsoft’s deal to put Surfaces on NFL sidelines. ?

Microsoft talks about how Surface as a Service program brings new partner opportunities

Last month, Microsoft announced the expansion of Surface Enterprise Initiative. It enables partners, worldwide, to create and provide services and support capabilities for Surface. The newly launched program offers partners the opportunity...Show More Summary

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