Microsoft has just spilled the beans on its Surface Pro 3 tablet, and the details are really quite interesting. The company has taken a fresh approach to the Surface Pro this time around, with a stated goal of "removing the conflict" between the tablet and laptop form factors.
Andy Malone, head of Microsoft's Enterprise Security, claims that the TOR (The Onion Router) network does not provide the anonymity that its many users think it does.
Speaking at Microsoft's TechEd North America event earlier this week, the founder of the Cyber Crime Security Forum said that hackers and government agencies can now compromise the security of the TOR network.
With changes possibly set to be announced by Microsoft on Tuesday, it's a good chance to take stock of Microsoft's first full-fledged PC.
Let's begin by saying that it's hardly clear at this point what Microsoft will announce. The company has sent out invitations for a "small gathering" on May 20 in New York City.
Signs point to Microsoft updating the Intel internals of the Surface Pro on Tuesday. And Windows Phone Central is claiming it has more details.
The site lists a variety of models -- or possibly just different SKUs -- based on a range of Intel Core series processors and a range of prices.
For the third time in the last four weeks, Microsoft today backed away from a customer cutoff as it postponed enforcement of the Windows 8.1 Update migration deadline until June 10.