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Tech's Under the Microscope This Week

By Travis Hoium - Apr 16, 2013 at 10:00PM

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Companies will answer a lot of questions about tech this week.

There will be a flood of earnings reports from the tech industry this week, and we'll learn a lot about the future of the PC, Microsoft (MSFT -0.23%) Windows 8 mobile, and how Yahoo!'s (NASDAQ: YHOO) turnaround is going. To get some insight, Erin Miller sat down with Fool contributor Travis Hoium to see what investors should watch for this week. 

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