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Microsoft pledges commitment to Surface line and Surface Pro 3 accessories

Hoping to ease the concerns of business customers, Microsoft announced that the Surface line is here to stay, and the Surface Pro 3's accessories will work with the next version of the tablet.

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Surface Pro 3 bugs keep coming as overheating complaints arise

The temperature icon of death is just the latest headache for Surface owners.

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Surface Pro 3's Core i3 and Core i7 models available today

After a long wait, the full range of Surface Pro 3 models is finally available.

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“3D Touch” Windows Phone and Surface Mini rumors reemerge

"McLaren" handset may let users see more information by floating a finger over the screen.

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Oops! Surface Pro 3 manual confirms Surface Mini's existence

Microsoft's non-existent small tablet makes several appearances and mentions stylus support.

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Surface Pro 3 by the numbers: a deep dive into configuration details

Here are all the Surface Pro 3 hardware specs you need to know, including configuration and price options.

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Microsoft announces 12-inch Surface Pro 3, 'the tablet that can replace your laptop'

The 12-inch Surface Pro 3 embraces the Surface line's Ultrabook-esque roots more than ever before.

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7 possible reveals at Microsoft's Surface event

The tablet talk is flying: Surface Pro 3? A Surface Mini? A Surface Maxi? We assess the rumors.

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Surface Pro 3 may be announced next week, support page suggests

A newly published Microsoft support page explicitly mentions the yet-to-be-announced Surface Pro 3.

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Apple's PR strategy, App.net, RSS, and a potential Surface Mini

With Apple's PR chief stepping down, we ask whether the company's public-relations strategy can translate elsewhere. Also, we discuss the relative merits of App.net, RSS, and a hypothetical Surface mini. With guests Caitlin McGarry, Dan Frakes, and Brad Chacos.