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- HP's Todd Bradley dismisses post-PC era, says 'people are trying to be dramatic' Sep 20, 2012, 4:51am EDT
On Lenovo's Q1 earnings call, the company's CEO Yang Yuanqing dismissed the threat posed by Microsoft's Surface tablets, saying "they're just one of our many competitors." Lenovo had an impressive
From the moment of their announcement, Microsoft's Surface tablets have sat firmly entrenched in the middle of the Windows 8 spotlight. They've seized a stranglehold on the hardware conversation and focused it exclusively upon themselves. Though many have lamented the impact that will have on Microsoft's traditional PC OEM partners, what I think has gone overlooked is the effect of Surface on Microsoft's other hardware partner, Nokia.
In the latest episode of On The Verge, veteran journalist Mary Jo Foley joined editors Josh Topolsky, Paul Miller, and Nilay Patel for a chat about the state of Microsoft and its upcoming products like Windows 8 and Microsoft Surface.
Steven Guggenheimer, who for many years has been in charge of liaisons between Microsoft and its OEM partners, is leaving his position for a senior role in the company.
Windows hardware partners are keeping mum on their true thoughts about the Microsoft Surface, while conflicting stories have emerged about how far in advance they were told about Redmond's plans — if it all.
Microsoft has rebranded its original Surface massively multitouch technology as PixelSense, formerly only the name of the optical sensor it used, after launching the Surface line of tablets.
Unusually for a Microsoft product launch, we've been left with plenty of unanswered questions after yesterday's Surface tablet announcement, and some extra intrigue has been added this morning by a keen-eyed Engadget reader.