Geek -- battle gear on it's time for tablet wars and food -- and I'm Bridget Carey with CNET at.
Microsoft having a secret press event in Los Angeles Monday afternoon.
And and -- gotten about rumors on what Microsoft could possibly be unveiling.
If it's been shopping LA you know there's entertainment focused around -- things so expect movies or music to be involved.
The work from some insiders is that it could be -- --
But really at tablet it could be something that -- -- the windows eight tablets coming out this fall.
Is that would really get Microsoft's vendors had -- so it could be something different like an.
And let's not forget that last month Microsoft invested 600 million dollars into the net.
And -- -- a partner at Barnes noble so.
It's non dairy industry. Is video is known for making televisions and Blu-ray players -- -- at first time it's selling computers.
A -- look today at start at 900 dollars.
Busiest Allen desktops are like their own little anarchy and how they come with the remote -- book or an HDMI ports so you can just hook up your -- -- -- eating system into it.
It's got its slick looking keyboard track pad or mouse being he'll also launched a fifteen inch laptop as well that thin and light ultra book -- both of fourteen and fifteen inch model.
In that tablet race is the you know just inched ahead of Amazon's Kindle.
A wet traffic report in June.
Is that where people are browsing the web with the nook than with a candle but iPad is still by far the leader of the race followed by the Samsung galaxy tablet.
FaceBook was -- the asking you for your cell phone number to increase security on the social network.
If your password is compromised based will be able to reset an -- -- on the verification.
-- journal reports that Microsoft is spending one point two billion dollars to acquiring hammer a service for creating internal social networks for workplaces.
-- added as a private FaceBook just for your employees.
That would mean Microsoft we'll have worked -- to compete against Google's cloud offerings.
And in your old school -- in the UK is making a difference thanks to her lunch blog.
She took photos and commented and read this school lucky she got.
And it quickly became popular it's at more than three million use the blog went viral content worldwide debate about the quality school lunches.
Children also sent her photos of their lunches.
This school asked her to shut it down because of the attention it was -- --
But she won this food fight on Friday the school said during a line reading -- -- that the -- keep the block which is -- raising money for charity.
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