Earlier this morning, our full review of the Microsoft Lumia 950 became available just as AT&T sales were slated to begin. One of the more interesting areas of the Lumia 950 is its ability to 'become a PC' through the optional $99 Display Dock for Continuum. As our review and video were already rather lengthy, we broke out a segment just on Continuum to go a little more in-depth....
The optional Display Dock for the Lumia 960 and Lumia 950 XL smartphones is now on sale at the US Microsoft Store site for $99. The accessory connects the smartphones to a keyboard, mouse and large display so it can be used like a PC with Windows 10 Mobile's Continuum feature.
Microsoft has released a new video showing off the Continuum feature for Windows 10 Mobile. It demonstrates how it can be used so that owners of those smartphones can connected it to a big screen so it can be used as a Windows 10 PC
Microsoft recently announced the new Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL handsets. These new powerful phones also come with support for Continuum bringing the PC experience to the phone, and today we get to know how the feature works.
New internal slides reveal Microsoft's upcoming Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL flagships for Windows 10 Mobile. While the information leaked tells us nothing new, they do show the phones with different angles and confirm what has already come forth in previous reports.
Microsoft's CEO recently demonstrated Continuum for Windows 10 Mobile. Perhaps the most interesting aspect is his confirmation that Continuum is just as much about emerging markets as it is enterprise. Watch Nadella demonstrate how the technology works over Bluetooth and share with us your thoughts about its potential.
A new report claims that the Continuum dock for Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile smartphones will have support for numerous ports, including three USB ports, along with an HDMI port and DisplayPort, all for putting the phone's screen on a large monitor or TV
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore took time from his presumably busy schedule to share a little more on Continuum for phones. Now that Windows 10 for PC is out the gate the focus for the team at Redmond is on the mobile side of the OS. For a while now, Microsoft has been saying that Continuum for phones requires new hardware. Despite the demos at Build 2015 and speculation to the contrary only...
A leak tonight has revealed four new hardware accessories coming for Windows 10 from Microsoft. Valora, Munchkin, Murano and Livana, the devices will give Windows 10 Mobile some extra push this fall, but the big news is 'Munchkin' which is needed for Continuum.