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What will the Surface Pro 5 look like? Here are the rumors

There's no doubt that Microsoft will continue its successful run of 2-in-1 machines with a new Surface Pro 5. The real questions are when will it arrive, what it will look like, and how much it will cost.
Computing

Microsoft bolsters global fight against cybercrime with new facility in Mexico

On Friday, technology company Microsoft announced the launch of a new Cybersecurity Engagement Center in Mexico as part of its global initiative to bolster IT security.
Computing

New Windows 10 Insider Build 15042 arrives with plenty of bug fixes

Whether you're in the Fast Ring or hanging back in the Slow Ring, there are lots of new features in Microsoft's latest beta update to Windows 10. Highlights include a new Cortana animation and a metric ton of bug fixes.
Computing

We made three premium laptops duke it out to see which is best for video editing 6:33

For video editors on the go, there's no shortage of laptops that can take the heat. The Unlockr took a look at the Razer Blade, Surface Book with Performance Base, and MacBook Pro, to find out which excels.
Computing

Microsoft continues to improve its Windows 10 Mail & Calendar app

The Mail & Calendar app is particularly important to users, as it serves as the main communications tool for most people running Windows 10. Microsoft gets this, and is working to make it a better app with some impending updates.
Computing

Snap off or flip around? Microsoft Surface Book vs. HP Spectre x360 15-inch

Microsoft's Surface Book and HP's Spectre x360 15 represent very different takes on the notebook-centric Windows 10 2-in-1 machine. They're both well-built and offer good performance, but which one is best for you?
Mobile

LinkedIn Lite leads trio of new apps launched by Microsoft in India

Microsoft-owned LinkedIn is getting a set of new apps aimed at low-connectivity markets, starting in India. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced the products on Wednesday at his company’s Future Decoded event in Mumbai.
Computing

EU still unhappy with Windows 10 data collection, despite changes

Microsoft's announced changes to Windows 10 privacy policies around enough for the European Union (EU), which has let the company know that it's not doing enough to inform users of what data is collected, and why.
Computing

Microsoft decides to release Adobe Flash Player update for Windows after all

Microsoft decided to delay its February 2017 Patch Tuesday update for a month, due to some issues with the update package. However, the company has decided to release an Adobe Flash Player update in the meantime.
Virtual Reality

Stryker is using Microsoft’s HoloLens to design operating rooms of the future

Microsoft's HoloLens AR solution is perhaps the most advanced in terms of becoming a part of the real world. Stryker, which is using HoloLens to redesign the operating room, provides a clear example of the potential of AR in this…
Computing

Yes, Microsoft is releasing the Windows 10 Redstone 3 update in 2017

A third Windows 10 update, codenamed Redstone 3, is expected at some point in late 2017. Now, Microsoft has finally confirmed that it is scheduled for this year, as part of a presentation at its Ignite 2017 event in Australia.
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Microsoft is reportedly shaking up its HoloLens development roadmap

Microsoft has apparently ceased development on an immediate revision of its HoloLens headset, in favor of working on a more comprehensive update to the device that's intended to release in 2019.