Microsoft's 'Surface' Unveiled at Conference Microsoft's new tabletop computer responds to human touch and can interact with devices like digital cameras and cell phones. The Surface was unveiled at the All Things Digital conference in Carlsbad, Calif. Michele Norris talks with Glenn Derene, senior technology editor for Popular Mechanics.
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Microsoft's 'Surface' Unveiled at Conference

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Microsoft's 'Surface' Unveiled at Conference

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Microsoft's 'Surface' Unveiled at Conference

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Microsoft's new tabletop computer responds to human touch and can interact with devices like digital cameras and cell phones. The Surface was unveiled at the All Things Digital conference in Carlsbad, Calif. Michele Norris talks with Glenn Derene, senior technology editor for Popular Mechanics.