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Microsoft Takes On Apple And Samsung

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As Samsung, Apple and HTC are battling in court over broken patents and litigation, Microsoft is deciding to take this lull in focus as a chance to leapfrog to the top of the charts. Its new Windows Phone called the Surface will run

Microsoft Surface RT vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

In the battle of tablets, Samsung’s recently launched Galaxy 10.1 faces stiff rivalry from Apple’s iPad, while Microsoft is set to drop a bomb on the tech world with the launch of its Surface tablets.

Microsoft’s Surface tablets will be available in two versions, the Surface RT and the Surface Pro. The Surface RT and the Galaxy Note 10.1 are both packed with high-end features and hardware to entice users. Below are some features users should consider when selecting the best tablet.

Apple Nabs 70 Percent Of Global Tablet Market

Samsung may be dominating the smartphone market, but Apple (NSDQ:AAPL) has been crowned the clear-cut winner in the tablet arena, nabbing nearly 70 percent of the global market in the second quarter.

According to a recent study from analyst firm IHS iSuppli, Apple “remains the king of all media tablets,” having shipped 17 million iPads during the second quarter, a hefty 44.1 percent jump from the 11.8 million it shipped during the previous quarter. The Cupertino, Calif., giant’s market share, as a result, jumped from 58 percent to 69.6 percent in just three months.

The last time Apple has held such a large portion of the tablet market was the first quarter of 2011, when it claimed a 70 percent share.

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