Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 will help it compete against iPhone, Android | MIT Technology Review

Excerpt from a net-positive Windows Phone 8 review
"If Microsoft wants to be taken seriously by consumers and app developers, it will have to make serious strides with its Windows Phone Store, which for now includes just a fraction of the apps available for Android and iOS. But Microsoft is an old hand when it comes to wooing developers, and Windows 8—its operating system for desktops and tablets—is designed to make it easier for developers to create software components that work on both mobile and conventional computers. So I’m going to bet they can do it, even if it may take some time."
Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 will help it compete against iPhone, Android | MIT Technology Review
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