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Apple continues to dominate in tablet computers, although its market share is shrinking because of growing competition from Samsung and others, research firm IDC said Thursday.
Microsoft may have relinquished its starring role in America's gaudiest gadget show a year too early.
Apple's share of the market for tablet computers fell to 50 percent in the third quarter as the iPad faced more competition from Android devices such as Samsung's Galaxy tablets and Google's Nexus 7.
For a company that has launched products with Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and Jay Leno _ and has even paid to light up the Empire State Building in its signature colors _ Microsoft's unveiling of Windows 8 on Thursday was a subdued affair.
Confused by Windows 8? Best Buy hopes it can help.
In the 1982 sci-fi movie "Blade Runner," there are hints that the hero, played by Harrison Ford, is an artificial human _ an "android" or "replicant." His job is to go out and kill other, rogue androids.
In selling its own tablet computer called Nexus 7, Google Inc. is entering a market dominated by Apple Inc. Six out of every 10 tablets shipped last year were iPads, according to research firm IHS iSuppli. Google's new tablet is being made by AsusTek Computer Inc., a Taiwanese company.
Taiwan's struggling computer makers will use next week's Computex show to promote a new generation of ultra-thin laptops that might be their last hope of turning back the seemingly unstoppable momentum of Apple's iPad and other hot-selling tablets.
Cheaper tablets, thinner laptops and an array of sleeker TVs stood out at this year's International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.