Microsoft Surface Tablet Unveiled, Targets Apple iPad

A new product was announced in Los Angeles this Monday. Microsoft targets Apple with its own tablet, called 'Surface.' (Reporting by Kerry Davis)

Source: IDGNS San Francisco

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