The tablet comes with a keyboard built into its over and is aimed at Apple's iPad.
According to one report, Microsoft is very close to releasing a Windows RT tablet. But does Microsoft stand a chance against Apple?
The US added 69,000 jobs in May, the Labor Department reported Friday – the third straight month of disappointing jobs numbers. The unemployment rate edged higher, to 8.2 percent.
Android did not infringe Oracle patents, court rules, in a major blow to Oracle. Android ruling means Oracle won't collect billions of dollars in royalties from Google.
The head of a typical public company made $9.6 million in 2011, according to an analysis by The Associated Press. The typical American worker would have to labor for 244 years to make what the typical boss of a big public company makes in one.
Hewlett-Packard helped pull the Dow Jones industrial average to a slight gain Thursday, giving the index only its fourth gain this month. The Dow closed up 33 points at 12529.
The Dow lost 73 points to close at 12369 on Facebook's big day. The index fell 3.5 percent on the week.
In a surge spearheaded by a big gain by Hewlett-Packard, the Dow Jumped 181 points to close at 12986, snapping out of a five-day slump.
U.S. stocks were mostly unchanged Wednesday, a calm day in the middle of a bumpy week. U.S stock on the Dow fell 45 points to close at 13124.
The move announced Wednesday comes at a time when sales of printers and ink, once HP's lifeblood, are falling as people increasingly share documents and photos online.