Samsung says it will no longer support Microsoft’s Surface 3 and 3XL devices

Samsung says it will no longer support Microsoft’s Surface 3 and 3XL devices

Google is cutting ties with Microsoft after the search giant said that it will not be supporting the company’s Surface Pro 3 and Surface 3XL tablet computers.

Samsung said that the two new devices are “unsupported by Google” and will not support its Google Search software.

“We have a deep and longstanding partnership with Microsoft that includes both devices, and we will no more support the devices,” a Samsung spokesperson told TechCrunch.

Samsung has previously partnered with Microsoft to help developers create applications for the Surface Pro and Surface Book.

The company’s Android apps are available for the device, but it was unclear when or if Google would support them.

Google had said earlier that it would not support Microsoft-made Surface laptops, saying that Microsoft’s hardware was not compatible with Android.

The announcement came after the company announced a new Surface Pro tablet for the holiday shopping season.

Microsoft has also previously said that its Surface Pro 2 tablet was not meant to run on Windows 10, although Microsoft has been pushing back against this claim.

“There’s nothing wrong with Windows 10 for our customers,” Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said during an event last month.

“They can choose Windows 10 or not, they can choose the Windows 10 experience.

We think it’s a good experience.

There are no bugs.”

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