Monday, February 11, 2008

Microsoft Agrees to Acquire Danger Inc., Strengthens Mobile Consumer Vision

Wow -- busy day for Microsoft so far... Small world: Danger Inc. co-founder Andy Rubin went on to create Android, which was acquired by Google.

Microsoft Corp. today announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire Danger Inc., the company responsible for the software and services powering many popular consumer handsets. The acquisition will align Danger’s nearly 10 years of expertise in the mobile consumer space with Microsoft’s vision to provide innovative and compelling mobile experiences to a growing base of customers.

“Microsoft is a global leader with our Windows Mobile software and expanding mobile services,” said Robbie Bach, president of the Entertainment and Devices Division at Microsoft. “The addition of Danger serves as a perfect complement to our existing software and services, and also strengthens our dedication to improving mobile experiences centered around individuals and what they like.”

Microsoft Agrees to Acquire Danger Inc., Strengthens Mobile Consumer Vision: Acquisition of popular software and mobile services company will enhance Microsoft’s ability to broadly deliver compelling mobile experiences.

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