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The successor to the Microsoft Surface Pro X could be coming this fall

Microsoft is already working on a followup to the Surface Pro X. It could feature the same design, with new internals and a Microsoft SQ2 processor.

3 features we want from the Microsoft Surface Duo 2

Microsoft's Surface Duo is finally here, but it's far from perfect. From slimmer bezels to a better camera, here's everything we want in the Surface Duo 2.

3 features we want from the Microsoft Surface Duo 2

Microsoft's Surface Duo is finally here, but it's far from perfect. From slimmer bezels to a better camera, here's everything we want in the Surface Duo 2.

Microsoft rumored to launch a 12.5-inch Surface Laptop for under $600

Microsoft is working on a budget-friendly Surface Laptop model, with the same premium design but a smaller screen.

Microsoft Surface Duo: Unboxing and first impressions

We get an early look at the next evolution of the smartphone

Microsoft Surface Duo: Unboxing and first impressions

We get an early look at the next evolution of the smartphone

Surface Pro 8: Everything we know, and want from Microsoft’s next tablet

Microsoft's big Surface event usually takes place in October

Microsoft Surface Go 2 vs. Microsoft Surface Pro 7

These are two of the best 2-in-1s out there, despite their differences. Which is the better hybrid tablet?

4 things you can do with Surface Duo that you can’t on other smartphones

A look at how the Duo can do things your existing phone can't

4 things you can do with Surface Duo that you can’t on other smartphones

A look at how the Duo can do things your existing phone can't

The Surface Duo has arrived, and it’s a preview of a new era for Microsoft

Microsoft is releasing a phone, and it isn't running Windows

Microsoft Surface Duo goes into production, could ship by August 24

The dual-screen device was originally set to launch in "holiday 2020"

The Surface Duo has cleared the FCC and could launch earlier than expected

Foldable smartphone jumps past one of the last hurdles before going on sale

Microsoft’s dual-screen Windows 10X devices may be delayed to 2022

Extension may ensure Windows 10X comes to commercial laptops and devices first

What Microsoft can learn from Apple’s Mac on ARM transition

Microsoft has a lot to learn from Apple switching to ARM Macs

Here’s why your PC can’t install the Windows 10 May 2020 Update yet

Gaming peripherals, drivers, and Surface devices are the culprits

Microsoft Surface Book 3 review: Graphics unleashed

The third iteration of the Surface Book adds more power, but is it enough to justify its unique design?

Microsoft Surface Go 2 review: The awkward teenager

This $400 2-in-1 has endless potential, but Microsoft's marginal improvements still leave much on the table.

Microsoft’s Surface Book 3 and Surface Go 2 bring better CPUs and 1080p webcams

But you won't notice any major changes on the surface

Microsoft to bring Windows 10X to laptops first, pivot from dual screens

Microsoft's next OS will play nice with your current laptop, tablet

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Four ways to choose the best web design agency for you

You probably know someone who is a web designer. If you do a simple search for web design London, you’re likely to get hit by numerous results for many design firms, online specialists, and even app developers. The most confusing thing is that all these agencies will tout their services as the best, but you must put your hard-earned resources at work with the best agency.If you don’t get it right the first time, you will not only pay top dollar for poor services, but you may also end up with a website that will not meet your needs or that of your business. If you want to save yourself all this hassle, all you need to do is follow the simple tips we provide below to get you the best web design agency that’ll fulfill your requirements and meet your needs.Experience and ExpertiseBefore you contract an agency to design your agency, you must ask for proof of their relevant experience. Even if you can only contact them online, ask them to point you in the direction of recent similar work. Once they do, you will be able to go through their work and check whether they will be suitable for you and deliver high-quality work. The only exception to the rule when it comes to a potential agency offering work samples is if your project is unique.Your BudgetBefore you speak to a potential agency, you should have an idea of what a comfortable budget looks like to you. Just because you want excellent services doesn’t mean that you should pay the highest quote. To make the most of your budget and have a clear picture of what you should pay for web design services, consider how long your project will take.Once you have an idea of the number of hours, consider how long your project will take. Once you know the number of hours your project may take, you can multiply this by regular industry hourly rates. This will give you a general idea of how much you should spend on your project.TechnologyDifferent web design services are specialists in specific technologies. For instance, some are experts at frameworks or programming languages and have loads of experience working on them. When choosing such agencies, you want to ensure that the technology they offer you is scalable and portable.This will ensure that if there are any future changes, then you can do them quickly. When it comes to scalability, the technology you choose must grow with your site as you get more traffic and introduce new customers.Reviews From Past CustomersBefore choosing a web design agency, you must consider what previous clients had to say about them. If the agency has nothing to hide about their work, they will have no problem introducing you to their past clients. It is also essential that you use their website and search for any comments or reviews that their clients have made. You have to make sure that you put your project into the hands of people that you can trust. Whatever your agency promises you, they should be able to deliver.EDITOR NOTE: This is a promoted post and should not be viewed as an editorial endorsement.

Verizon streamlines data plans for connected devices

Verizon has offered up new Unlimited data plans for connected devices such as smartwatches, laptops, tablets, and mobile hotspots.With the introduction of a new $30 monthly plan, Verizon now offers three different Unlimited options for its subscribers. Select plans will include access to 5G Ultra Wideband.Here’s a quick breakdown of how things look as of today.$10 UnlimitedSmartwatches: Unlimited 4G LTE with 15GB premium data and unlimited talk/text.$20 UnlimitedTablets: Unlimited 4G LTE plus 15GB premium data, unlimited mobile hotspot with 15GB 4G LTEJetpacks, MiFis, Hotspots: Unlimited mobile hotspot with 15GB 4G LTE$30 Unlimited PlusTablets: Unlimited 5G Ultra Wideband, unlimited 4G LTE with 30GB premium data, and 30GB of 4G LTEJetpacks, MiFis, Hotspots: Unlimited 5G Ultra Wideband, unlimited mobile hotspot with 30GB 4G LTEThe aforementioned prices are per month with an existing phone on an Unlimited plan. Customers who sign up for a Do More or Get More plan get a 50% discount on the three connected device plans.The rate plans are in effect as of September 17.

Apple Watch Series 6 Reviews Roundup: Brighter and Faster, Blood Oxygen Measuring Requires Precise Fit

First impressions of the Apple Watch Series 6 have now been shared by select media outlets and YouTubers, providing a

Xiaomi Poco X3 review: The right compromises

Find out if ads are worth paying less for in our Xiaomi Poco X3 NFC review.