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Would Android laptops have what it takes to invade Microsoft’s last bastion?

by: Rob TriggsJune 8, 2013
With the Key Lime Pie update, Samsung netbooks, and 2-in-1 Android laptops/tablets rumored to be in the works, we ask whether Google could surpass Mircosoft in the laptop space.
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Samsung SideSync feature demoed in official video

by: Bogdan BeleMay 9, 2013
A new video from Samsung shows you how the new SideSync feature allows you to work on your Samsung ATIV PC and Android smartphone at the same time. Read on for more details.
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Microsoft adds Windows 8 effects in new Android app update

by: Andrew RoachApril 18, 2013
Microsoft issued a new Android app update bringing a touch of Windows 8 to Android devices.
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As mobile devices power on, PC sales register worst drop in history

by: Bogdan BeleApril 11, 2013
PC sales have kept going south in this year's first quarter, despite the fact that Windows 8 has shipped with a lot of new devices, data by IDC and Gartner reveals.
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Surface RT production cut in half as Microsoft announces ridiculously high priced Surface Pro

by: Gary SimsNovember 30, 2012
Sometimes I don't know if to laugh or cry. Microsoft has been responsible in so many ways for shaping the way we work and play, but at the moment it really is struggling to find its feet. The Redmond company has released its ridiculously high pricing for the Intel based Surface tablet with Windows 8 Pro, while at the same time rumors are surfacing (sorry, no pun intended) that Microsoft has ordered a cut in the production of its ARM based Surface RT tablets.
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Microsoft aiming for closer integration between Windows and Windows Phone with Windows Blue

by: Gary SimsNovember 29, 2012
Even though Windows 8 has only just been released, it seems that speculation over the next version of Windows is already in full swing. If you thought that the next versions of Windows would be Windows 9, Windows 9 RT and Windows Phone 9 then it looks like you are wrong. According to various sources close to Microsoft, the Redmond company is changing the way it will package up and sell Windows. The sudden departure of Steven Sinofsky, the head of Microsoft's Windows division, now doesn't seem so coincidental.
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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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Google, Amazon and Apple brace for the impact of Windows 8. Who will be the most successful?

by: Mike AndriciSeptember 17, 2012
Amazon, Apple and Google! These are clearly the biggest three companies in the tablet market, and the owners of the only three ecosystems that really matter in the mobile Universe. In tumultuous waters such as those surrounding the imminent release of Microsoft's Windows 8, each one of these giants is looking to secure a position in their customers hearts and wallets.
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