4:10PM Tuesday 15 January
Foldable devices are coming later this year, and Microsoft is preparing for their arrival. The company is already working on a foldable-device version of Windows 10, according to a new report from The Verge. Read More »
214 Days Ago Foldable devices are coming, and Microsoft is working to ensure Windows will work on those devices. According to a report from The Verge, sources familiar with the Redmond, Washington-based company’s plans say it’s making foldable devices and dual-screen hardware a significant investment area for both Windows and Surface.
214 Days Ago 2019 could very well wind up being the year of the foldable device. As we prepare for the first foldable smartphones to arrive, Microsoft is reportedly gearing up for big investments in foldable and dual-screen Windows devices.
214 Days Ago Samsung’s first foldable smartphone is confirmed to launch in the first half of the year, and the handset won’t have that many rivals, as other vendors are yet to unveil their own foldable devices.
214 Days Ago Windows 10 might soon have a new look. A leaked string for an internal Windows 10 19H1 build shows that Microsoft is getting ready to build Windows 10 for a future wave of foldable devices.
211 Days Ago Microsoft is winding down support for Windows 10 Mobile. The company will stop releasing security and software updates on December 10th, and it will end technical support for the devices on that date.
211 Days Ago Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella confirmed during a media event earlier this week that Microsoft will soon launch a Microsoft 365 subscription service for consumers, following reports that suggested such a move was in the making.
211 Days Ago Microsoft is officially ending support for Windows 10 Mobile devices in December 2019. Despite stopping development of new features and hardware in 2017, the company has continued pushing out security and software updates.