Hate ads? Download Brave web browser. Fast, secure, built in ad-blocking.
Band users found they couldn't reach and sync with the Microsoft Health platform. It took five days to fix and another two for Microsoft to talk about it.
The company says that it has run out of stock for the Microsoft Band 2. It will continue to support the Microsoft Health platform, though.
We've been using the Microsoft Band 2 for 10 months. Find out how it's held up as a long-term health tracker.
Word around the water cooler now is Microsoft only plans to unveil Surface all-in-one PCs this fall, with the Surface Phone possibly canceled altogether.
Still sold for $250 through its manufacturer, the Microsoft Band 2 can be had at a crazy low $100 from Best Buy or Amazon.
Microsoft may have the future of the Surface device family all mapped out, with small rehashes in the works this year, followed by major upgrades the next.
Microsoft may or may not plan an eventual successor for the low-end Surface 3 tablet, but production will definitely halt this end of the year.
Those looking to pair the cross-platform-supporting Microsoft Band 2 with Android phones should rejoice upon hearing they can now enjoy Cortana assistance.
The sensor-rich Microsoft Band 2 is again priced at $175 instead of $200 or $250, technically through early July only but likely for good.
The Windows Phone, Android and iOS-supporting Microsoft Band 2 hits a new all-time low price stateside, namely $175 through Redmond and Best Buy.
To help celebrate this year's Presidents Day, Microsoft shaves $100 off all Surface Pro 4 configurations, also selling the Microsoft Band 2 at $200.
A new Microsoft Band 2 update lets users conserve battery life while still using GPS tracking.
If you're interested in the Microsoft Band 2, and are willing to trade a different used but working wearable, you can score discounts of up to $250.
The Microsoft Band 2 is again available for $200 ($50 off list), this time at more than one US seller, and presumably, for more than a few hours.
Learn about the features arriving in this week's Microsoft Band 2 update, including new on-device music controls.
Watch our first episode of Pocketnow Fitness, a new segment where we intend to focus on wearables in fitness. Today we begin with the Microsoft Band 2
The first-generation Microsoft Band is cheaper than it's ever been in the UK today and only today through the local Amazon bureau.
The first-generation Microsoft Band hits a new historically low price at Best Buy, where it costs $80, likely in limited quantities.
After a short pre-order period, the Microsoft Band 2 has started shipping in the US from the manufacturer, also going on sale at third-party retailers.
The Microsoft Band 2 updates the company's experimental health tracker into an intelligent fitness band worthy of its higher price tag.
The first-generation Microsoft Band has finally been discounted from $200 to $100, but there's no way to know if the deal will last.
On this week's podcast, we discuss the Surface Pro 4, Surface Book, Lumia 950XL, and other shiny bits of newness from Microsoft's Windows 10 launch event.
The Microsoft Band 2 is arguably better than the 2014 original, but it has trouble setting itself apart from both rival smartwatches and fitness trackers.