TechCrunch went hands-on with Windows 10 to show you the best of the latest build of Microsoft’s new operating system. To make it extra pure, we put Windows 10 through its paces on a Surface Pro 3. Windows 10 is Microsoft’s effort to...Show More Summary
Adobe’s Touch Workspaces are new UI tools for Illustrator and Photoshop that were introduced in the CC 2014 update of those applications, providing a friendly interface for touch devices with high resolution screens, like the Microsoft Surface Pro 3. Show More Summary
Microsoft has gained a lot of new fans when the company released its Surface Pro line, a device designed to take the place of a tablet and a laptop by combining the best of both devices in one sleek package.
Microsoft revealed a new large format touch-sensitive device, intended for groups working together remotely or in the same conference room, called Surface Hub. This will run on Windows 10, and will…
Microsoft has a new Surface and it’s, uh, a little bigger than the other ones. Like, seven times bigger. It’s the Microsoft Surface Hub, and it’s looking to make waves in the office as an all-in-one meeting centerpiece. At their Windows 10 press conference yesterday, Microsoft showed off the Surface Hub for the first time. Show More Summary
Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 was a big day for Microsoft. During a highly anticipated live Windows 10 briefing, the company unveiled not only aspects of the new operating system but two new products as well. The Microsoft Surface Hub and Microsoft HoloLens. Both are unlike anything the company has produced before and are designed with...
Microsoft is developing new Windows 10 hardware, including a new conferencing system with Perceptive Pixel multitouch displays and augmented reality glasses known as HoloLens.
Lori Grunin, writing for CNet: Microsoft is now viewing Windows as a service, one that it wants “people to love on a daily basis,” and frames its goal as not building apps but creating “harmonizing experiences.” Touting its new openShow More Summary
Alongside officially debuting Windows 10, Microsoft today unveiled two new futuristic hardware products, the Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality headset, and the Microsoft Surface Hub, an 84-inch 4K touch screen tablet with multi-touch...Show More Summary
Microsoft talked long and lengthy about Windows 10 today, but still managed to show new hardware along with it: enter …
Microsoft just unveiled a new type of computer — the Surface Hub — which is an 84-inch 4k display that also functions as a full-fledged computer. The Surface Hub comes with a lot of the same sensors you'll find in computers and mobile devices: cameras, speakers, microphones, Bluetooth, and NFC. Show More Summary
At its Windows 10 consumer preview event on Wednesday, Microsoft unveiled a big new device that will work with the new operating system. Called the Microsoft Surface Hub, the 84-inch device for the workplace comes with a 4K Surface display. See...Show More Summary
At its Windows 10 event today, Microsoft unveiled a new display that integrates Windows 10 to help groups work better together. The display is a 84? 4K display with integrated computer. It supports multi-touch and multi-pen to help groups work together, like in business situations. Show More Summary
Who needs Apple’s mythical “iTV?” Microsoft on Wednesday unveiled a massive new Windows device called the Surface Hub that’s an 84-inch 4K display that runs on Windows 10. This isn’t a consumer-centric product, however — the Surface Hub is an enterprise-centric device intended to foster workplace collaboration. Show More Summary
Today during a lunch event, Microsoft revealed that PayPal would be releasing a new version of its credit card-swiping dongle and app for Microsoft devices like the Surface. While Microsoft already services businesses large and small with hardware and software, it hasn’t focused on being a point-of-sale system. Show More Summary
If you’re in the market for a new ultraportable, you’ve probably had your eye on one or more of either Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3, an iPad, or a MacBook Air. It could be a bit hard to choose between the three; that is, unless you know what you’re looking for going in. Show More Summary
In the consumer tech days of yore when the now mighty Apple Inc. was still playing catch-up to the seemingly insuperable Redmond giant Microsoft Corp. it was the former who were often seen tempting people to ‘switch over’ to their … Continue reading ?
While it was Apple who for years targeted Windows switchers to the Mac platform, the tables have turned as now Microsoft is now the underdog, focusing its efforts on trying to win over MacBook users with its Surface Pro hybrid computers.