Rumor Has It: Microsoft wants space on your face

Microsoft is calling you "four eyes," LG has some Chrome plans, and I round up everything we got (and didn't get) in the new iPads.


It's time to start talking about the iPad 6.

Just kidding. While the iPad rumor mill stops to catch its breath for a second, I'll round up everything we got -- and maybe more importantly, what we didn't get -- at the Apple event on Tuesday.

Also this week, LG filed for some Chrome trademarks, which has me wondering whether we'll see a Chromebook from LG soon, and Microsoft could throw its hat into the smartglasses ring, which I wouldn't really mind.

Thanks for watching!

Editors' note: I mistakenly said that the "new iPad" was the fourth-gen iPad. It's actually what Apple called third-generation iPad.

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