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The Surface Book's a great convertible laptop. The Surface Pro 4's a great tablet hybrid. Mark Hachman and Gordon Mah Ung debate which is better, and it's not an easy question.
Microsoft re-engineers the Surface Pro 4 tablet for performance, adding a new Intel Skylake processor, an improved Type Cover, and even a better Surface Dock.
The new Microsoft Garage app, Twist, allows "photo conversations" where users mash together photos in a conversation.
Netflix said Tuesday that it has struck a deal with Virgin to allow passengers to stream Netflix content on connected tablets and other devices.
Do you own a Mac? A PC? No problem. At IFA 2015, Logitech launches the Logitech K380 keyboard and the M535 Bluetooth mouse with multi-OS support.
Facebook has begun trials of M, a virtual assistant service of sorts that lives on the Messenger app.
Apple has acknowledged a manufacturing defect with some of the iPhone 6 Plus models sold late last year, causing photos to look blurry.
What's makes a whiteboard smart, you may wonder? That would be two pens, a 4K screen, and the ability for anyone in or outside the room to collaborate.
Nuance's popular dictation app is now a cloud-connected service that works in tandem with updated versions for the Mac and PC.
Also called "Project Islandwood," the development environment is Microsoft's bid to accelerate Windows app development by bringing in popular apps from other platforms.
Sway pulls together images, sound, and words into content for collaboration and sharing. It's a new way of communicating that's easier to try than to explain.
With Send, Microsoft launches instant messaging that works within an Outlook environment.
Microsoft Research believes that the key to extending wearable battery life is eliminating writing data to and from flash memory, using a system called WearDrive.
After about half a decade of waiting for an up-to-date version of Office for the Mac, Microsoft has delivered -- even before it ships Office 2016 for Windows PCs.
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