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What Microsoft's new product groups mean for Windows, Office, and more

PC World - Microsoft's restructuring places a new emphasis not on products, but on technologies that will be shared across the company, to tie together and improve the company's overall business as a whole.

What does this mean for consumers? For us, it most likely means a sense of coherence: Not only will Windows Phone and Windows 8 look like one another, but it could mean more shared code and services, for example.

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