It's not just the Android audience HP courts these days, as the new Bay Trail-powered Omni 10 tablet runs Microsoft's (as-yet unreleased) Windows 8.1.» Read Article
Demand for the second-generation Surface tablet is strong enough that pre-orders placed now for some versions won't ship on launch day -- shoppers will need to wait until the second shipment of these devices arrives.
There is good news and bad news for those who want an LTE-enabled version of a Microsoft tablet: one will be released by AT&T, but it won't be the Surface Pro 2.
Dell is going to introduce a pair of tablets running the newest version of Microsoft's flagship operating system in the coming weeks. One will be mid-size, while the other is going to be a full-size device.
Boxed copies of Windows 8.1 are now available to pre-order from the Microsoft Store. Learn more from TechnologyGuide.
Delta is going to equip its pilots with Microsoft's upcoming Surface 2 tablet as an Electronic Flight Bag. This is expected to save the airline a considerable amount in fuel.
Microsoft has prepared two videos that demonstrate the features of its next-generation Surface tablets. The company has also begun running an advertisement for the two devices.
The FAA is reportedly close to removing most of the current restrictions on using a tablet during plane flights. UPDATED
Our sister site SearchEnterpriseDesktop asks, have you considered standardizing on -- or at least wholeheartedly supporting -- Windows 8 on mobile devices?
It wasn't announced at the press event Microsoft held yesterday, but the head of development for Microsoft own line of tablets has committed to a version of the Surface 2 with 4G LTE built in.
Microsoft has just taken the wraps off the second generation tablets in its Surface line. These will include faster processors, more storage, and redesigned kickstands.
Will the consumer appeal of the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 lead to this tablet showing up at the office? Learn more from SearchConsumerization.
Microsoft has three different operating systems running on mobile devices: Windows, Windows RT, and Windows Phone. For the most part these are not cross-compatible, but a Microsoft executive says that's going to change.
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