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Microsoft's Surface Hub goes big, Samsung screens go clear

Massive Windows 10 computers for the workplace hit $20,000, Samsung shows off transparent screens, and Facebook puts games inside Messenger.

Microsoft is giving offices a big reason to upgrade to Windows 10.

The company is gearing up to sell giant Surface Hubs for conference rooms, replacing the need for most gadgetry typically used in meetings. Meanwhile, Samsung wants to wow retail stores with its transparent and mirrored screens, and a company called June is adding cameras to your cooking :

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