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Technology: Tablet Computers #1068910

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 22, 2013
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The unveiling of new tablet computers by Apple and 2 other manufacturers reported.

(San Francisco: Ben Tracy) The competition among tablet makers featured; scenes shown of Apple CEO Tim Cook introducing the new iPad and of the new products from Microsoft & Nokia; projected tablet shipments cited; graph illustrating the market share for iPad & Android tablets and ad for Microsoft’s Surface shown. [CNET’s Tim STEVENS – says the future of these companies relies on success of the tablet industry.] [Business owner Alex MATTHEWS††- notes the cost savings from using iPads rather than cash registers.]

Pelley, Scott;
Tracy, Ben

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