Microsoft Corp’s hardware division announced its first ever notebook PC, the Surface Book, highlighting clear intentions to chart its own course in the growing 2-in-1 PC market rather than just relying on third-party partners like Lenovo Group Ltd and HP Inc.
Stardock has launched Start10, which brings back the familiar Windows 7 start menu to the Windows 10 desktop. Keith Liu finds out if it's worth the US$5 asking price.
HP has announced the availability of Windows 10 services designed to help enterprises control costs while expediting the move to the new Microsoft OS.
China's Teclast has launched the X98 Pro, the follow-up to the company’s dual-boot Windows and Android X98 Air II tablet.
Microsoft Malaysia officially launched the brand new Windows 10 operating system, saying it has worked closely with retailers to roll out ‘Tech Benches’ to help users upgrade, and will be holding a series of roadshows.
Microsoft is unleashing Windows 10 to the public at large on July 29, and while the new OS looks great, here’s why you shouldn’t rush to install it.
With the Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi. Asus has delivered a competent 2-in-1 hybrid that has a good balance of performance and stylish looks, but the weight, the widescreen aspect ratio and weak battery may put some off, especially those who hope to carry it around as a Windows tablet, rather than a notebook.
Worldwide shipments of hybrid devices are on pace to reach 21.5 million units in 2015, an increase of 70% from 2014, according to Gartner Inc.
Microsoft Corp said that its new large-screen collaboration device the Surface Hub will be available for businesses to order in 24 markets beginning July 1, with only two Asian countries on the list: Singapore and Japan.
Microsoft said that Windows 10 will be available to 190 countries on July 29, as a free upgrade to people using Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 on qualified devices.