If you're still mulling a Surface Duo, the run-up to Black Friday brings a pretty sterling deal. You can save $200 on Microsoft's foldable when you bundle it up with a Surface Slim Pen and a pair of Surface Earbuds.
There are plenty of places to get skins for your Surface Duo, but these might be some of the wildest. Mighty Skins has tons of designs based on pop culture, art, and even the option to create a custom skin.
The first monthly update for Surface Duo since its September launch is now rolling out. This update is expected to include Android's October security patch, along with bug fixes and usability improvements across the board.
The Surface Duo opens up amazing possibilities for Android app developers. Here's the full list of apps optimized for Microsoft's Surface Duo, supporting dual-screen spanning, and other exclusive features.
If you own a Surface Duo, there's a relatively small number of accessories available for it at the moment. Fortunately for fans of high-end leather accessories, Noreve has a super customizable pouch for the folding device that starts at $49.
We've seen the Surface Duo delicately torn down by iFixit, but now it's time for a much messier teardown. YouTuber JerryRigEverything has ripped into Duo to get at its hinge, and it turns out it's a surprisingly simple setup.
Microsoft's Timeline feature on Windows 10 has seen little success since it's debut, with only a handful of applications really taking advantage of the cross-device syncing capabilities that Timeline provides. While Timeline is still part of Windows 10 today, other Microsoft products appear to be moving away from it in favor of a more traditional "recents" UI.
The Xbox mobile application is getting a major update today that rebuilds the app from the ground-up. The update also enables Xbox remote play (previously Console Streaming) for all users, and enables multi-device log-in for Xbox Live.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Michael Fisher aka "Mr. Mobile" joins Daniel and Zac to offer his impressions of Surface Duo. Zac shares the history of Andromeda — the initiative that ultimately led to creation of Surface Duo.
Here at Windows Central, we've been following Microsoft's Surface Duo project for quite some time. We first wrote about Microsoft's dual-screen pocket PC efforts under the codename Andromeda in 2017, and I had started hearing about the project a considerable time before then. It was originally going to be a Windows device, and kickstart Microsoft's mobile efforts with a brand new, modern version of Windows built specifically for this new form factor.