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Microsoft CEO calls Surface tablet sales “modest”

by: Nicholas MooreNovember 12, 2012
It’s been a little less than a month since Microsoft launched its Surface tablet, widely regarded as the flagship product for Windows 8. In a recent interview with a French magazine, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has revealed that Surface sales have been “modest”.
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Microsoft getting reports of Surface Touch Cover splitting and audio issues

by: Joe HindyNovember 11, 2012
Many reviewers noticed that the Microsoft Surface tablet's performance wasn't what it was supposed to be considering its fantastic specs. However, those aren't the only problems the tablet is facing. New reports show that users are having audio stuttering issues and the Touch Cover is splitting.
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Nexus 10 vs Microsoft Surface: 10-inch tablet face-off

by: David GilsonNovember 7, 2012
Microsoft is only just getting into the 10" tablet market with its Windows RT powered Surface tablet. Meanwhile, Google has hit back with an updated Nexus 7 and the Nexus 10. Join us as we pit the Nexus 10 against the Microsoft Surface and guide you through deciding which the right device is for you.
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Microsoft Surface Tablet vs latest iPad vs Google Nexus 7; which one makes their manufacturers the most money?

by: Joe HindyNovember 7, 2012
Now that the tablet market has offerings from all three major tech companies (Microsoft, Google, Apple), it's time to find out which one makes the most bang out of our buck. So we set out to answer the question, which tablet makes the most money? The Microsoft Surface, the Google Nexus 7, or the Apple iPad.
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Microsoft Surface in a ballot machine avatar

by: Varun RajNovember 6, 2012
The newly launched Microsoft Surface tablet is already being used as a balloting device for state and national elections at a precinct in Virginia. It is a remarkable display of faith in a just-launched technology by the Issaquah-based firm Democracy Live, which works with various states to deliver electronic ballots and voter information.
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Xbox Surface Windows gaming 7-inch tablet to be launched before Xbox 720, report says

by: Chris SmithNovember 6, 2012
The iPad mini is currently the latest important budget tablet that hit stores this year – although budget in this case still means that Apple is turning a profit on iPad mini sale compared to its rivals – after the Nexus 7 and the new Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD families. But it looks like we’re not done seeing new creations from top companies interested in the ever-growing mobile ecosystem.
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Kindle Fire HD, Microsoft Surface teardowns reveal production costs for Amazon, Microsoft

by: Wenceslaus MuenyiNovember 5, 2012
Last year, IHS found that the original Kindle Fire cost Amazon around $187 to make and now they have taken on the new Kindle Fire HD to see exactly how much it Amazon pays to build one. The company redesigned the new Kindle Fire HD and IHS tore down the device to see exactly what's inside. The results are quite interesting.
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Xbox SmartGlass for Android available for download in Google Play, ready to control your Xbox 360 consoles

by: Chris SmithOctober 26, 2012
We talked about Microsoft’s Xbox SmartGlass app quite a few times since being made official way back in June. While the app is already pre-loaded on Microsoft Surface tablets, and will be available on various other Windows 8/RT machines, the company will not restrict SmartGlass access to its Windows ecosystem.
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Microsoft planning more hardware as it attempts to catch up with Android

by: Gary SimsOctober 25, 2012
In the good old days, Microsoft did software and everyone else made the hardware, even on the Macintosh platform Apple made the hardware and Microsoft added Office etc. But those days are gone. Today, any serious contender in the post-PC era designs the hardware and the software. Apple do it, Google do it, Amazon do it and now, with the advent of the Surface tablet and Windows 8, Microsoft do it. Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's CEO, has told the BBC that the Redmond company won't stop at the Surface and that it has other hardware plans.
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Microsoft Surface pre-orders sold out, Bill Gates sits down to talk about the device

by: Brendan LynchOctober 23, 2012
A couple days ago, Microsoft’s base-level Surface (32GB version without Touch Cover keyboard) completely sold out in 24 hours. While that was an impressive feat, it now seems that the 32GB and 64GB versions, both including the Touch Cover keyboard and thus more expensive, have also sold out. This means that you can no longer pre-order a Surface, no matter how badly you want one.
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