Microsoft Fine With Users Moving to iPhone, Android

Monday, 9 October 2017  (2 weeks ago)
Microsoft has finally confirmed that Windows Phone is dead, admitting that it failed to deal with the lack of apps, and now what the company plans to do in mobile is concentrate on its apps and services available on Android and iOS. Asked about the users who are giving up on Windows phones for iPhone and Android, Joe Belfiore,...

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