Thursday, December 03, 2015

Former Microsoft CEO says Windows 10 universal apps "won't work," questions cloud revenue (Apple Insider)

Microsoft may have to start planning its shareholder meetings to conflict with Los Angeles Clippers game schedules

"When a shareholder asked Nadella to address the lack of apps for its Windows Phone platform, the company's current chief executive outlined his Windows universal apps strategy, which hopes to entice developers to create new software that can run on both desktop and tablet Windows 10 PCs and Windows Phone.

Ballmer began talking over the top of Nadella, stating "that won't work," and saying that Microsoft should instead develop software to enable users to run Android apps on Windows Phone.

This spring, Microsoft announced plans for Windows 10 and Windows Phone to run a new type of universal Windows 10 app, while also enabling developers to easily port their software from Android or iOS into universal Windows apps."
Former Microsoft CEO says Windows 10 universal apps "won't work," questions cloud revenue
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