Microsoft Could Kill Off Surface Devices, Give Up on Hardware

Thursday, 5 October 2017  (3 weeks ago)
Microsoft’s Surface models are pretty successful products despite the premium price, and even though the company has shown that it’s very keen on expanding this lineup with more devices, industry experts believe the company is better off without hardware in the long term. The software giant has already abandoned the Band...

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