While Microsoft’s Surface tablets proved completely underwhelming, a report suggests that the company might have another bash at the platform.
Redmond is expanding Surface RT and Surface Pro availability to a number of new markets, including major emerging economies.
Microsoft is regretting copying Apple's warranty tactics in China just as the fruity toymaker falls foul of the authorities.
It looks like the sceptics were right, Microsoft’s Surface tablets are lemons. Bloomberg is reporting that Microsoft has sold about 400,000 Surface Pro tablets since their debut last month. In addition, it only managed to sell a little over a million Surface RT tablets.
Microsoft reportedly ordered three million Surface RT tablets last year, but sales never picked up and Redmond was forced to scale back the order.
Microsoft's Surface Pro is a high-end Windows 8 tablet selling at a cool $999 price point, scaling up accordingly based on specs and accessories.
Like the idea of a tablet you can take with you on the road for accessing Windows apps but don't care for Microsoft's Surface Pro?
Microsoft launched its long-awaited Windows 8 Surface Pro tablet earlier this month, with the device quickly selling out at a number of retailers.
Bluestacks users have been able to run Android apps on their Mac OS X and Windows operating systems for quite some time now.
It may seem somewhat counter-intuitive to run Ubuntu Linux on Microsoft's flagship Windows 8 tablet, which isn't exactly an inexpensive piece of hardware.
Redmond recently confirmed that its Intel-powered Windows 8 Pro Surface tablet will launch on February 9, 2013.
Microsoft has confirmed pricing for its Intel x86-powered Surface tablet: $899 for the 64GB standalone iteration and $999 for the 128GB standalone version. Both will be available in January 2013.