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Old 02-02-2012, 06:31 PM   #1
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LXer: Five ways Microsoft can rescue Windows Phone

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A critical success, a market dud. Here's what Redmond should do nextWindows Phone might be the most impressive bit of software Microsoft has produced - but it isn't setting the world on fire. The iPhone and Android go from strength to strength - the latter proliferating so widely even Google doesn't know how many Android systems are out there. (It can't count the Chinese forks which don't use any Google services and don't phone home.)Ö



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