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A job posting reveals Microsoft's plans to create innovative solutions for its dual-screen Surface Neo, with changes possibly tricking down from Windows 10X.
Microsoft is engaging developers with SDKs for the Surface Duo (Android) and Surface Neo (Windows 10X) on the Inside.
Microsoft has updated product information for the Surface Neo, removing the proposed “Holiday 2020” launch timeframe.
Google believes a collaboration with Microsoft will help the Google Flutter UI framework to expand and improve.
Microsoft’s Surface Duo will ship with Android 10, but Microsoft has reportedly already prepared an update to Android 11.
A Microsoft Patent shows how future Surface Duo devices could use magnetic hinges to connect together, and with peripherals.
A report suggests Microsoft’s Surface Duo smartphone will be priced below its cutting-edge competition and receive flagship specs.
It seems Microsoft’s Surface Duo won’t be postponed like the Surface Neo, with a new emulator image now available.
It seems Microsoft’s Surface Neo and Surface Duo devices use brain scanning technology and electromyography monitors.
Microsoft's Build 2020 conference in Seattle has been canceled after measures by the state of Washington to control coronavirus spread. It will instead run online.
In a deep dive on the Xbox Series X, Microsoft confirmed numerous specifications and also introduced new features.
Windows 10 Insider build 19569 fixes several nasty bugs, including the inability to use third-party VMs and some system crashes.
Developers who want to attend Build 2020 can now register for the developer conference, which will run from May 19 to 21.
iPad users can now use Outlook and other apps at the same time, dragging text between them and enhancing productivity.
Microsoft has rolled out the Surface Duo SDK and emulator to macOS, letting developers on both platforms optimize apps before its launch later this year.
A new Microsoft patent describes a potential Surface Duo and Surface Neo camera module that would use multi-spectral technology.
However, for the Surface Duo, Android applications will only work on one of the screens as Microsoft works on a solution.
Microsoft is encouraging developers to start thinking about dual-screen development, offering more information to early adopters but signaling an extended push in 2020.
A Microsoft patent suggests the Surface Neo and Surface Duo could have a vapor chamber to cool the devices consistently across both screens.
A new patent shows a technology called Control Logic for the Surface Duo and Surface Neo, which will help the UI move from one screen to another.