Microsoft announced late last week that it’s holding a special Surface event in Shanghai, promising to “show the world what’s next.”
Rumoured for years, Microsoft might finally release a Surface Phone able to run x86 Windows desktop apps, with or without Continuum, on either Intel or ARM processors.
Microsoft presented its best quarterly results since 2000 with the company rising above a US$500 billion market cap, its first since 2000, and posting a 55% return over the past two financial years.
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