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Windows Store now boasts 7873 apps for Windows 8 and Surface RT

Unlike popular believe Microsoft had been toiling away quietly to make sure that their Windows 8 operating system and Surface RT tablet are launched with a plethora of apps ready to download. In fact Research VP Wes Miller at third party analyst company Directions had revealed last week there Read More →

Michael Dell: Microsoft May Attain 2% of Surface Tablet PC Sales

Responding to analysts’ inquiries, on a Dell second-quarter earnings conference call, Michael Dell (CEO) and Brian Gladden (CFO) commented on the upcoming Microsoft Surface tablet release. Relatively speaking, neither executive saw Microsoft attaining much market share this year. Gladden also commented on the Read More →

IDC Analyst Estimates 3 Million Surface Tablets in 2012

An IDC analyst reported to CNET recently that Microsoft is gearing up to build millions of Windows 8 Tablets. IDC estimates the company is initially planning to produce over 3 million Windows 8 Tablets and although they have yet to reveal the actual pricing Read More →

Lenovo Executive: Windows RT Tablets Priced $300 to $400

According to a Lenovo executive, Windows RT tablets will start at a price of about $300 when introduced to the market in October. David Schmoock, head of Lenovo’s North American operations, stated in an interview with Bloomberg that the Windows Read More →

New Skype Interfaced for Windows 8 Leaked on Twitter

The Microsoft Surface tablet, in all likelihood, will have its own version of Skype that is designed specifically for the Windows 8 operating system. The voice and video calling capabilities of the Windows 8 Tablets have been significantly improved over previous models and Read More →

Acer developing Windows RT devices despite Surface tablet concerns

A spokesperson at Acer confirmed the conjecture that Windows RT devices are in the development stages at the company. The comment was made during an interview with Computerworld. Development of Windows RT devices had been in doubt due to Acer CEO JT Wang's negative Read More →

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