November 1, 2012

Windows Phone 8: Microsoft's Savior

Sebastian Anthony, Extreme Tech


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Earlier this week, while hurricane Sandy harassed the east coat and forced Google to release Android 4.2 and its new Nexus devices via an unceremonious blog post, Microsoft held an event in San Francisco that finally filled in the remaining Windows Phone 8 blanks. Following the release of Windows 8, Surface, and updates to Xbox, we now have a very solid idea of the direction that Microsoft is heading in — a plotted course that will bring the good ship Microsoft barging into your mobile life, whether you like it or not.

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