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From today's Telegraph:

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Samsung DeX can turn your phone into a computer

The announcements are coming thick and fast. Samsung has a phone dock called DeX that turns it [the new Samsung S8 and S8+] into a desktop PC when you plug it into a keyboard, screen and mouse.

It's a very impressive demo, and a cool idea, but personally, it's just hard to see catching on

This statement will quite probably rank in the history books with:- 

"There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home."

Ken Olsen, founder of Digital Equipment Corporation, 1977

Maybe the "personally" is the get out clause?

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Now do you see the "cunning plan"? ;)

Pairing Galaxy S8 with Microsoft apps seen as benefit to business customers

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Partnership pairs new Android smartphones and DeX dock to access world of Microsoft services

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