Microsoft today gave us a first look at the forthcoming Surface Hub 2. Rotating on a new hinge with a high-res 4K+ display, the 50-inch Surface looks to bring collaboration everywhere in the office. Here is everything you need to know.
A little over a month after the Windows 10 Creators Update began its general rollout, Microsoft has announced the update is now rolling out to the Surface Hub with new collaboration and security features in tow.
While Microsoft’s gigantic Surface Hub is a solid tool for businesses, it’s also an expensive piece of tech. In a move that should take some sting out, Microsoft is launching a Surface Hub subscription program, along with a Try & Buy Program.
Most of us will likely never get a chance to actually interact with one of Microsoft’s Surface Hubs, but that doesn’t mean we can’t admire from a distance thanks to a new "engineer’s tour" of the machine from Microsoft.
Microsoft's impressive Surface Hub is "exceeding expectations" as demand increases and production ramps up. There's even going to be a 'try before you buy' scheme, but don't get too excited if you think you're going to trial one!
InFocus has announced the Monopad Ultra, a new version of its large whiteboard PCs for businesses. It could be a competitor to Microsoft's Surface Hub as it runs on Windows 10 Pro and has a 4K capacitive touchscreen.
A source has confirmed with Windows Central that Microsoft is working on a Surface all-in-one for the living room. Could this be the consumer realization of Microsoft's PixelSense technology from 2007?
A small number of Microsoft employees, including the head of its Surface Hub team and some people from its HoloLens division, have left the company to form a new San Francisco-based start-up called perceptiveIO.
Microsoft is helping Seattle's KING 5 News cover the Washington state U.S. presidential primary tonight. The TV station will use Power BI and the large Surface Hub PC to display the data about the primary results.