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What Does Surface Mean For Other Windows 8 Tablets?

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Tuesday, June 19, 2012
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What Does Surface Mean For Other Windows 8 Tablets?
Monday, June 18, 2012 7:58 PMChristina Warren
Microsoft describes Surface as the re-imagining of the tablet, much as it describes Windows 8 as the re-imagining of Windows. Of course, that brings up an interesting question: What about those "other" Windows 8 tablets? After all, Windows 8 is...



Robot Dog Ready to Steal Your Heart [VIDEO]
Monday, June 18, 2012 7:49 PMLance Ulanoff
What, exactly, is the allure of a robot pet? Is it that you never have to walk it, feed it or clean up its "little gifts?" Perhaps, but whatever the reason, robotics, consumer electronics and toy manufacturers never stop trying to lure us with...



Microsoft Surface Tablet: 10 Unanswered Questions
Monday, June 18, 2012 7:20 PMPete Pachal
Microsoft made some serious noise in the tech world this evening by unveiling a new kind of tablet: the Surface. The new device isn't just an exciting piece of technology -- it also changes the game for Windows devices because it's built by...



Microsoft's Surface Tablet RT: How it Compares to the iPad
Monday, June 18, 2012 6:52 PMAndrea Smith
Microsoft's newly-announced Surface tablet is powerful enough to replace your PC, but Microsoft execs told press gathered at the launch in Los Angeles that Surface is a reimagining of the tablet. In fact, Surface is both a tablet and a PC, and...



Hands-on With Microsoft's Tablet: Plenty of Surface, Not Much Depth [PICS]
Monday, June 18, 2012 6:19 PMChris Taylor
Security was heavy backstage at the Microsoft Surface launch event Monday. In what was probably one of the most controlled tech demos I've ever seen -- even Apple lets you handle the product more than this -- the media was ushered through a...



Hands-on With Microsoft's Tablet: Plenty of Surface, Not Much Depth
Monday, June 18, 2012 6:19 PMChris Taylor
Security was heavy backstage at the Microsoft Surface launch event Monday. In what was probably one of the most controlled tech demos I've ever seen -- even Apple lets you handle the product more than this -- the media was ushered through a...



4% of People Have Used Their iPhone While Having Sex [STUDY]
Monday, June 18, 2012 5:45 PMKate Freeman
Which would you rather give up for a weekend -- sex or your iPhone? 15% of respondents to one study said they would choose a romance-free weekend rather than go without their beloved device. A recent survey conducted by Gazelle.com (the company...



Meet Microsoft Surface's Innovative Keyboard Cases
Monday, June 18, 2012 5:25 PMEmily Price
Microsoft announced Surface, its new Windows tablet, at an event on Monday. To go along with it, the company also announced two covers for the tablet that double as a keyboards for the device. Much like Apple's Smart Cover does with the iPad,...



Netflix to Run on Windows 8 with Microsoft's New Surface Tablet
Monday, June 18, 2012 4:07 PMKate Freeman
Microsoft announced on Monday its own branded tablet -- the Surface. Versions of the tablet will run on Windows 8 Pro and Windows RT -- and for the first time, Netflix will be running on that yet-to-be-released operating system. The tablet...



Microsoft Unveils Surface Tablet
Monday, June 18, 2012 3:27 PMEmily Price
The star of Microsoft's mystery Monday unveiling has been revealed: Surface, a Windows tablet. "It was always clear that what our software could do would require us to push hardware, sometimes where our partners hadn't envisioned," Microsoft CEO...



 
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