Digging deep into Microsoft's Surface Video
Samsung goes Mega on smartphones, and Microsoft reportedly plans to shrink the Surface tablet -- all the while, PC sales are falling. But perhaps the most important question to ask: Who gets your Google account when you die?
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CNET Senior Editor Eric Franklin gets beneath the surface of the box that encloses Microsoft Surface.
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