Why Did Microsoft Buy Giant-Touchscreen-Maker Perceptive Pixel?

Why Did Microsoft Buy Giant-Touchscreen-Maker Perceptive Pixel?

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New Perceptive Pixel, the outfit behind the infamous "Magic Wall" displays trotted out every U.S. Election Day on the cable news networks, is now a Microsoft company. But Perceptive Pixel's software - not hardware - could be the key to the deal. Terms of the acquisition, announced during the effects-laden keynote...
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