November 10, 2012
Time for Microsoft to Buy Nokia?
John Dvorak, MarketWatch
At some point, this means a phone, just like Apple. We already know that the Microsoft strategy is to push the Windows Phone 8 OS into the market whether anyone wants it or not. This desire is so extreme that the company has fashioned all of its operating systems after the Phone OS. The difference between the phone running Windows Phone 8 and a desktop running Windows 8 is that the desktop cannot be held up to the ear to make a phone call. That’s about it.
TAGGED: Nokia, Microsoft