November 6, 2012

Welcome to the Mobile World, Microsoft

Tim Bajarin, PC Magazine


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While I have concerns that Microsoft came too late to the party, it is very clear to me that it finally believes in mobile. From testing so far, I can confirm that the products are very competitive. And as one who has seen Microsoft grow over the years, I actually am rooting for the company since it has a long and important history in the world of tech. It needs remain relevant to keep the competition on their toes.

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