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Is this why Microsoft named it Windows 10? - CNET

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Say hello to the Xbox One and a Microsoft employee’s hand.

Say hello to the Xbox One and a Microsoft employee’s hand.

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Windows Blue will officially be named Windows 8.1. 
It’ll be free and available later this year, says Microsoft exec

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Windows Blue to hit in late June, Microsoft exec says

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Microsoft may announce the next Xbox on May 21

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The verdict on the Microsoft Surface Pro is in

The Surface Pro’s gutsy design attempts to reinvent the Windows 8 laptop by cramming an ultrabook experience into the body of a 10-inch tablet. But does it succeed?

Read our full review

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Hands-on with Microsoft’s Surface Pro: So far, it’s everything we want it to be

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How Microsoft became a control freak with tablet makers

The way Microsoft works with its hardware manufacturers fundamentally changed with the release of Windows RT. Now those longtime partners are figuring out how to deal with it.

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How Microsoft became a control freak with tablet makers

The way Microsoft works with its hardware manufacturers fundamentally changed with the release of Windows RT. Now those longtime partners are figuring out how to deal with it.

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Surface Pro price tag: $899

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Windows RT is one confusing OS, alright
 Check out our full review

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Windows 8 will go on sale for $39.99 at 12:01am local time globally.
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In a few minutes, Microsoft and CEO Steve Ballmer will formally launch Windows 8 and maybe pull out some surprises, too. 
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Microsoft’s Surface RT tablet is here:
With the Surface, Microsoft aims to make a tablet that is half entertainment machine, half productivity device. It’s off to a good start with innovative software and solid hardware, but its success depends on a risky “if you build it, they will come” approach to apps.
Check out our full review

Microsoft’s Surface RT tablet is here:

With the Surface, Microsoft aims to make a tablet that is half entertainment machine, half productivity device. It’s off to a good start with innovative software and solid hardware, but its success depends on a risky “if you build it, they will come” approach to apps.

Check out our full review

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Meet Steven Sinofsky, the controversial man behind Windows 8

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You may want to sit down for this because we have a big surprise: Bill Gates thinks Windows 8 is great!

You may want to sit down for this because we have a big surprise: Bill Gates thinks Windows 8 is great!