Microsoft has announced a new member of the Surface family and I got to spend a little bit of time with the new Surface tablet.
Microsoft has a brand new entry-level Surface tablet called the Go and it starts at $399 when it becomes available later this year.
Because there were two Mondays in this holiday-shortened week, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s Androme-drama, a rumored low-cost Surface tablet, slowing growth at Samsung, Apple’s many App Store successes, and more.
Microsoft has released Teams in preview for the Surface Hub, expanding the app’s footprint across the Office 365 ecosystem.
Because Brad’s finally coming back from vacation, this week’s edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s planned GitHub acquisition, Microsoft’s market cap gains, another drop in the bucket, and much more.
Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 has been available for six months and it’s time to look back at the good, the bad and the indifferent aspects of the hardware.
Because I’m so tired my eyes hurt, this week’s edition of Short Takes examines Surface Hub 2, a rumored $400 Surface tablet, the unbearable shyness of a young Bill Gates, and so much more.
Microsoft has unveiled the Surface Hub 2 and while it has a similar name to the original product, the company is making significant changes to the hardware.
At Microsoft’s Build conference, the company provided hints about what will be coming with Surface Hub v2.
Because this happens once a quarter, this week’s edition of Short Takes looks exclusively at Microsoft’s earnings announcement and the information it provided to analysts after that announcement.
Because security and privacy are fashionable, this week’s edition of Short Takes examines Microsoft’s new Azure Sphere platform, a Windows 10 S vulnerability, data requests, the race to $1 trillion, and much, much more.
Because it’s Friday the 13th, this week’s edition of Short Takes looks at a quiet Windows 10 delay, the next Xbox console, a new Qualcomm controversy, and much, much more.
Because I heard you missed me, I’m back, this week’s edition of Short Takes examines Microsoft’s massive reorg and my seven stages of grief, US v. Microsoft ends in a whimper, Microsoft helps consumers with ransomware, and so much more.