It is that time of year again when we all fill out our brackets and enter office contests only to see the person, who cares nothing about basketball and picked teams based on color of their uniforms or based on their mascots who win while those of us who are in it are trying to predict the next big Cinderella team. So post your brackets from accredited sites (cbs, espn, official NCAA site). 2) ASUS Duet: I have been interested in an Android/Windows hybrid ever since I saw Asus release the Asus Transformer a few years back. I always felt like when I was using the device as a tablet Android was my choice of os but once I put it in the keyboard dock I preferred Windows because of the various office programs and the whatnots (the ability to put programs like android sdk on it). So when I saw that Asus was basically going to combine their Asus Transformer android tablet with their Asus Transformer Windows 8 tablet I was already in line waiting to give them my money. Unfortunately the competition between Google and Microsoft was too heavy for them to allow a device that dual booted both. After pressure from Microsoft and Android (http://www.droidforums.net/forum/an...suring-asus-drop-dual-os-booting-devices.html) the Transformer Duet we saw at CES will not see the light of day and that is unfortunate because the public loses out on a market that would have really been a benefit to them. In fact there were rumors that Samsung was looking at doing the same thing with their notebook line of devices and even with touchwiz on it I would have loved to see a Note tablet that when docked can be used as a full Windows 8 laptop. So my question is given that Android is open source should the manufacturers make and sell the device, especially since there is a demand, despite the protests of Microsoft and/or Google? Question 3: From all the leaks and leaked reviews have you seen enough to make you choose the "New One" as your device of choice if not what do you need (or want) to see in order to make you purchase the device? As a side note HTC has an issue and sadly as a result of so many leaks we can expect their testing programs to be less open. We ask manufacturers to be open and "let us in" and we have people who look to gather their 5 mins of Youtube fame violating NDAs in order to be "first". Other than @evleaks do any one remember the people who were "first" to reveal a device? For me I do not remember a channel because they were first but based on the quality of the video and the content they present.