January 14, 2013

Has Microsoft Learned from Tablet Mistakes?

Paul Thurrott, Supersite for Windows


With the advent of Windows 8 and a new class of hybrid PCs and devices, the Windows world is about to be plunged into a more portable and mobile future. But haven’t we been down this road before? And have Microsoft and its PC maker partners learned the lessons of their past failures?

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