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Microsoft's mysterious new product

Talk of tablets surround Microsoft's mystery press event Monday, Vizio brings its TV talents to computers, and a girl wins food fight with school over lunch blog.

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What could Microsoft be unveiling Monday afternoon at its mysterious L.A. press event? Some new music or movie product? A tablet or e-reader? The rumors are centering on a new tablet that would go head-to-head with Apple.

Vizio is bringing its television talents to computers with a new line of desktops and laptops, all starting at just under $900. The all-in-one desktop can be its own entertainment hub with a remote and HDMI ports for connecting a cable box or video game system.

According to one web traffic report, the Nook just inched ahead of Amazon's Kindle Fire for June. But the iPad is still by far the leader of the tablet race.

In order to make Facebook more secure, the network will be asking for your digits. If your login info is compromised, Facebook could reset your password and use your cellphone for verification.

Microsoft is spending $1.2 billion to acquire Yammer, according to The Wall Street Journal. Yammer creates private social networks for workplaces. And that tool would give Microsoft another edge to compete against Google's cloud offerings.

And here's a story that shows what a difference a blog can make. A 9-year-old girl in the U.K. took photos of her school lunches and reviewed the lunches on her blog, Never Seconds. It wasn't long before the blog blew up in popularity and inspired debate about the quality of school lunches. A school administrator told her she had to stop the blog because of all the attention. But the school has changed its stance and will allow the blog to continue.

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