Microsoft is preparing a campaign to neutralise the announcement last week by consumer goods testing publication Consumer Reports that four of its Surface-branded devices are not up to the mark as far as reliability is concerned.
One side says there will be no new Surface Pro mobile devices announced and no new Surface Phone on 26 October, but the other side says there will be.
Top Microsoft blogger Paul Thurrott says the ongoing problems with the recently released Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book equate to Microsoft’s Surfacegate.
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