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Microsoft Surface Web Usage
The original Microsoft Surface RT sold like hotcakes on this Black Friday weekend, and even before this the price-drop has helped move a lot of units. So how many people are actually using them? Well, the amount of web content that has been viewed on the Surface RT is low enough that it barely registers on the charts. This is pretty sad and Microsoft needs to do something to actually compete in the mobile/tablet market.
Microsoft's ARM-powered Surface tablets have become more popular in North America in the month since the Surface 2 debuted. But the growth has stemmed as much from price cuts to the original model, the Surface RT, as from demand for the new version. The devices also generated less than one-sixtieth the web traffic generated by Apple's iPads.
10 Worst Product Names in History
There are a lot of products that have really horrible names. If you've ever done any shopping for PC-Tech, you'll have no doubt heard of a few of these. I'm sure you can add a few of your own, but these will definately get you started and perhaps inspire you to become a marketing agent for HP, G.Skill and more. My favorite is the Zeus Hercules from CyberPower.
Boutique PC maker Cyberpower is responsible for some of the world’s most ridiculous computer names. Shoppers can choose between the likes of the Fangbook Evo, the Power Mega III and the Pro Gamer FTW. The company’s names are so bad that we can’t help but wonder if they’re the result of an obscure name generator collecting dust in some far corner of the Internet. Even for this company, however, there’s one name that stands out as particularly inane – the Zeus Hercules.