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What's up for tech in 2013?

7:12 AM, Dec. 17, 2012
Expect to hear a lot more about the performance of Windows 8 in 2013. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is shown in this June photo commenting on the new operating system.
Expect to hear a lot more about the performance of Windows 8 in 2013. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is shown in this June photo commenting on the new operating system.
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Making predictions is dicey. But it's customary (and fun) to imagine what the New Year will bring in tech and determine how topics and trends that surfaced in 2012 will evolve. With that in mind, here are some of the areas that I'm keeping an eye on in 2013.RIM comeback?

These haven't been kind times for BlackBerry maker Research In Motion, which probably did more to usher in the smartphone era than any other company. By last January, with the BlackBerry franchise very much in decline, RIM replaced longtime co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie. Current CEO Thorsten Heins faces a major test on ...

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