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    The original Surface RT and Surface Pro tablets were promising of a new Microsoft willing to adapt and capable of becoming relevant in the mobile computing space once again. The Surface RT, to be concise, fell short of our expectations. The software and user experience left much to be desired, with lag and a shortage of apps to blame. The Surface Pro, on the other hand, proved to be a much more capable and fitting device, though its starting price tag is cringe-worthy and in the range of most Ultrabooks. The Surface tablets haven't performed nearly as well as Microsoft was hoping, failing ...

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    At Pocketnow, we have a responsibility to try the new, the fresh, and the weird - and that latter swamp is exactly the one Managing Editor Anton D. Nagy waded into with his recent review of the ASUS Fonepad - the tablet with an earpiece. Or the phone with a tablet screen. Whatever you want to call it, we've covered it - and Tony has some thoughts about using a seven-inch smartphone in this edition of one of your favorite tech podcasts. After we clear the giant-phone convo, we've got more to say. Lots more. And, doubtless to the relief of thousands, very little of it involves Samsung's ...

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    "Man, I would love to have the full capability of my desktop/laptop in my phone!" We've all thought it at one time or another. And lucky for us, the two most prominent mobile platform creators, Apple and Google, are bringing their desktop and mobile operating systems closer with each iterative update. Chrome for Android is just the beginning of integration between Android and Chrome OS. Some have predicted the two will eventually be coupled into one, that Android will eventually envelop the full power of the Chrome browser. And Apple is continually bringing more mobile-like features to the ...

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