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Submitted by AgentWhite 556d ago | news

Microsoft's partners fly the Windows 8 flag, but the future is Surface

The Verge : Microsoft might not have been at CES this year, but its partners and OEMs were out in full force. A quiet showing from Redmond at a time when the company is trying to push Windows 8 to the world could be seen as an unusual move, but looking around the show this week it made a lot of sense. Why waste millions of dollars on a CES booth to promote Windows 8 when your struggling PC OEMs can do it for you? (Industry, Microsoft, Windows)

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