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For the foreseeable future, it appears that Apple and Samsung will continue to carve up the majority of profit and a growing portion of sales of devices.
Both Samsung and Apple are succeeding with their different product strategies. Apple's view is that less is more, while Samsung likes to flood the zone.
So-called "Retina Displays" in Apple's notebooks are already in the supply channel, and bring an increase in cost, experts say. What's unclear is if consumers will pay more for the improvement.
Apple is holding a special iPhone event at its Cupertino headquarters, starting at 10 a.m. PT. As usual, CNET will be there to bring you the news live, coupled with commentary from the Buzz Out Loud crew.
FaceBook brings their own Smart Lists and you might not care about Google+ anymore. The U.S. Department of Justice launches a criminal investigation against eBay and their dealings with Craigslist.org. Plus, we experience a radio dramatization of Return of the Jedi, since the Star Wars Blu-Ray is coming and Brian can't wait!
Microsoft's Windows chief gives a demonstration of the next generation of Windows to the D9 audience of tech movers and shakers.
The second day of Google's developer conference focuses chiefly on Google's browser and Web-programming initiatives, along with the Chrome OS and Chromebooks from Samsung and Acer.
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Steve Jobs talks up the all-new design of its landmark tablet, which features dual-core chips, video cameras, a gyroscope, and a thinner profile.
The chipmaker offers up more details on the Light Peak tech, now known as Thunderbolt, including general availability in some consumer products. Tune in to CNET's live blog for more details.