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However, some reports suggest it won’t be the Surface Book 4 but rather a pro version of the device, or maybe the Surface Laptop 4.
A Microsoft patent describes a feature for monitoring workplace stress and anxiety and providing insights and recommendations to workers.
A new Microsoft patent points to the Surface Duo 2 possibly getting a special shock absorbent bumper for hinge mechanism.
A Microsoft Patent suggests swappable lids for the Surface Laptop, allowing customers to buy new lids and change them.
It seems clear Microsoft wants future iterations of the Surface Duo to have a magnet hinge that allows dual screens to be used separately.
A newly published Microsoft Patent shows a new light system that could be used to streamline video conferencing situations.
A Microsoft Patent shows how future Surface Duo devices could use magnetic hinges to connect together, and with peripherals.
A new Microsoft Patent suggests the company is returning to the Microsoft Band and could launch a Surface Band device.
A new patent for a Microsoft Surface smart speaker suggests the company is finally working on a smart home device.
A newly discovered Microsoft Patent shows future Surface Headphones may receive a built-in fingerprint scanner.
A patent focused on Microsoft Surface suggests Microsoft wants to improve the fixability of its hardware on coming products.
Microsoft has detailed a Surface Phone follow-up for the Surface Duo that adds another screen to the dual-screen form factor.
Microsoft's idea involves the use of users' brainwaves and body heat data as a proof of concept, allowing them to perform tasks for cryptocurrency.
Microsoft has filed another smart fabric patent that describes a smart glove with electronic functionality baked in.
A newly discovered Microsoft Patent describes and automated meeting planning tool that will be baked into current services.
Future versions of the upcoming Surface Duo smartphone could have fully folding screens based on a new Microsoft patent.
Could Microsoft’s Surface Duo have a fully flexible display in new generations? A Microsoft patent shows the company is working on the technology.
Microsoft was one of the biggest receivers of patents in 2019 and had a 31% increase in the number of patents it was granted.
Microsoft's prosed dual-screen emulator would show a 3D mockup of devices like the Surface Neo so developers can properly gauge how their apps will flow across screens.
A Microsoft patent describes a Surface Pro with solar panels on the back for extended battery life and less reliance on wall chargers.