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How Apple could beat Windows 8 at its own game

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Feb
2014

Microsoft’s vision for the future of computing — having one platform across multiple different device types — has always been intriguing. Where it’s slipped up, however, has been its execution. The trouble for Microsoft is that it tried to stitch a brand-new touch-centric operating system onto its traditional desktop operating system in a way that polarized many longtime PC users. Now the company is scrambling to appease its spurned desktop users while still keeping the touch-centric features that it knows are vital to staying relevant in the mobile world. In contrast, Apple has been very happy to keep its mobile and desktop operating systems separate. However, AppleInsider points us to a new research note from JPMorgan that suggests Apple’s “next

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