Thursday, 25 October 2012

Microsoft Surface: Cheat Sheet

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Microsoft Surface: Cheat Sheet

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Featured multimedia

 

Microsoft Surface and its keyboard get a day out (pictures)

Want to know what Microsoft Surface looks like out in the wild? Here's your chance to find out. View on site

Apple unveils fourth gen. iPad, iPad Mini

Just sixth months after releasing the new iPad, Apple introduced its fourth generation iPad and its junior-sized, 7.9-inch iPad mini. View on site

Apple's new Macs of all stripes

Apple's latest crop of iMac desktops and MacBook laptops look as sweet as ever. View on site



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