Whether you're a PC or Mac person, nobody can dispute that Microsoft is a leader in creating both software and hardware. It's a fascinating organization, well-known for dominating the operating system market with Windows and word processing with the entire Office suite. With so much success in software, why do they bother creating hardware? When they are, what processes do they go through and how do they ensure they're always pushing the envelop in innovation?
This video from The Verge goes inside Microsoft's hardware lab to answer those questions and learn more about how it developed the Surface Book. Stick to the end, and get a sneak peak into some of their upcoming technologies that might change the world.