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Microsoft might have spent most of this year’s BUILD developers conference discussing future software endeavors, but the company also took the opportunity to take the wraps off the Surface Pro 3. Despite its pedigree, it’s fair to say that against the likes of the Apple iPad, the Surface line-up in general has its work cut out, but here, we pit the latest and greatest Microsoft slate up against the Surface Pro 2, in an attempt to assess how far the software giant has come along.

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The jury has finally reached a verdict in the round two of Apple vs Samsung trial and has found Samsung to have infringed on two out of five patents of Apple. As a result, Samsung has been ordered to pay Apple around 120 million dollars ($119,625,000 to be exact) in damages, a far cry from $2.2 billion which Apple asked for.

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As regular readers may know I installed each and every iOS 7 beta on my iPhone. As if that wasn’t stressful enough, I also posted my thoughts on each new beta here at Redmond Pie and while the iOS 7 betas have obviously come to a close, that doesn’t mean that our beta adventure is over. Earlier today Apple made iOS 7.1 beta 1 available to testers. As a tester of various beta releases of apps, that includes me.

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Apple has just started airing a gold iPhone 5s TV ad in the U.S. for the first time. iPhone 5s, which was launched exactly one month ago, has been a popular choice among consumers, with almost all Apple Stores still running out of stock since launch, especially for the gold option.

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Wow. That was unexpected. In an interesting development today, Microsoft today announced that President of Windows and Windows Live division Steven Sinofsky is leaving the company with immediate effect. Julie Larson-Green is said to be taking over his place at Microsoft.

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Google’s Android event was originally scheduled to be held in NYC today. It was cancelled at the last minute in the wake of Hurricane Sandy concern in the eastern coast. But all this didn’t stop the big G’s plans for new product launches for today as it has announced the much awaited Nexus 10 tablet. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

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Apple has just started airing four new TV commercials for the newly launched iPhone 5. They have also been posted on the official Apple site and on their YouTube channel.

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After AnandTech’s analysis of Apple’s A6 chip, Geekbench has now posted first benchmark test of iPhone 5. The total score result, which shows iPhone 5,2 model sporting a Dual Core 1.02GHz processor, comes in at an impressive 1601.

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Microsoft today has started taking registrations for Windows 8 upgrade program for existing Windows 7 users. The program, which is available in 140 countries, lets you upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for as low as $14.99, provided that you meet the required criteria for the upgrade.

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MuscleNerd of iPhone Dev Team has just released an updated version of Redsn0w that improves iPhone 3GS 06.15.00 baseband downgrade which was originally released last month. In case you don’t already know, Redsn0w now allows iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS users sporting iPad’s 06.15.00 baseband to downgrade back to 05.13.04 baseband with a fully working unlock and GPS.

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Considering we run a number of posts which are dedicated to tutorials on how to jailbreak iOS devices, as well as featuring new and impressive tweaks and enhancements which find their way onto Cydia, the chances are, that a good portion of those reading this have enjoyed the benefits which a liberated Apple device can bring. What started out as an exercise of technical ability has turned into a thriving and talented community which features security researchers, developers, device interface artists, and a loyal user base who support and drive the innovation forward.

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If for some reason you prefer using ih8sn0w’s Sn0wbreeze over iPhone Dev-Team’s Redsn0w, the good news for you is that it has just been updated to version 2.9.2, bringing tethered-jailbreak support for the latest version of iOS.

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The much awaited version of Adobe Photoshop for iOS has just hit the App Store! The all new Photoshop Touch for iPad is basically a fully touch-optimized experience of the desktop counterpart, featuring support for core Photoshop features such as layers, selection tools, adjustments, filters and more to let you create professional looking images right from the convenience of your favorite tablet.

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Twitter for iPhone and Android apps received a much needed update today. The new version 4.1 for iPhone and version 3.1.0 for Android brings back the swipe gesture shortcut on popular demand, adds the ability to copy and paste from within tweets and profiles, along with tons of other enhancements.

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iH8sn0w has updated iFaith to version 1.4 which brings support for saving SHSH blobs of iOS 5.0.x firmware as long as you are currently running that firmware on your iOS device, even if Apple is not signing it.

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We have got some really sad news. Steve Jobs has passed away at 56. He truly changed the way we live our lives each and every day. Rest in peace.

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