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Most popular Liliputing articles from 9/21 – 9/27

Microsoft unveiled its next-generation Surface tablets this week, including a new Surface 2 with an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, Windows RT software, and a $449 price tag. But Asus gave us a good reason not to care about Microsoft’s tablet: The upcoming Asus Transformer Book T100 has an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, up to […]

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Microsoft introduces Surface 2, Surface Pro 2 tablets

Microsoft second-generation Surface tablets look an awful lot like the models released in 2012. But they have faster processors, more versatile kickstands, longer battery life, and other improvements. The company is also offering new accessories including a a desktop dock, a keyboard case that also serves as an extra battery for your Surface tablet, and […]

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Lilbits (9-20-2013): A little taste of KitKat (or Key Lime Pie)

Someone at Google uploaded a few new screenshots of the Korean IME keyboard input app to the Google Play Store… and accidentally gave us a first look at Android 4.4. The images have since been removed, but in the left corner where you’d normally find a Jelly Bean debug icon when running Android 4.1 or […]

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Microsoft to unveil next-gen Surface tablets coming September 23rd

Microsoft is holding an event in New York City on Monday, September 23rd, where the company will introduce the next generation of its Surface tablets. The event comes about a month before Windows 8.1 hits the street, and almost a year after the launch of the company’s first tablets, the Surface RT and Surface Pro. […]

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Lilbits (9-04-2013): Next-gen Microsoft Surface details leaked… or made up?

Microsoft introduced the original Surface RT and Surface Pro tablets about a year ago when the company launched Windows 8. With Windows 8.1 coming in October, and with most consumer electronics companies habitually releasing new models every year, it seems likely that new models are on the way. Reports from multiple sources (including Neowin, TabletGuide.nl, […]

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Lilbits (8-27-2013): Is Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer being forced out?

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will step down within the next 12 months and hand over the reigns of a new CEO. When the news was announced on Friday, Ballmer and company made it sound like a peaceful transition that would allow someone new to oversee the next stages in the company’s transition from makers of […]