1.    04 Apr 2016 #1
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    Microsoft’s CEO Explains How the Company Sees the Future of Win Phone

    Microsoft’s CEO Explains How the Company Sees the Future of Windows Phone
    Redmond just wants to create a new product category

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    Microsoft almost forgot to mention Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile during the Build 2016 developer conference last week, and shortly after the event, the company explained that its smartphone platform is not one of the main focuses of the year.

    But as far as CEO Satya Nadella is concerned, the one and only reason Windows Phone wasn’t mentioned more often during Build is that the mobile operating system is part of the Windows 10 effort. This means that when Microsoft says “Windows 10,” it’s actually referring to all versions of the OS, including phones, Xbox, and HoloLens.

    “They run across multiple form factors, but it’s one developer platform, one store, one tool chain for developers. And you adapt it for different screen sizes and different input and output,” he told BI in an interview.
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  2.    04 Apr 2016 #2
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    My understanding regarding the Windows Phone is that Microsoft and many other companies who wanted to get some fresh pie right out of the oven in a 1 trillion dollar industry is that the bottom of the pack missed the bus regarding registrations and patents.

    The top players in this industry who govern policy just pulled the carpet again on Microsoft and other big mobile giants to enter the mobile global market due to rule changes in API.

    You can make any app and have your own store and isolate your self into a slow death and booted eventually out of the industry if Apple and Google don't agree on giving you access to their combined API systems your toast and Microsoft clearly has no challenge legally and clearly shows that Microsoft is not wanted going to be successful in the mobile industry as they have thought and its getting clearer each and every day, that Microsoft has finally met their own fate on this chapter, more they are on the sidelines the weaker and harder it will be from them to ever entering again, to have a piece of the 1 trillion dollar plus and fast growing mobile sector.

    I personally don't think we will ever hear that much about Windows Phone's again to be honest

    Apple and Google. Blackballed Microsoft and others in their own game of turning the tables at the right time, and Apple and Google teamed up and now like never before fully control the mobile spectrum and govern it... ( very clever and pin point detailed planning )

    The only way MS can be somewhat of a winner in mobile is they sell all the rights and pats over to, Apple and Google and we all that wont ever happen MS wants to keep that strong pride image....

    " like they say, what comes around, comes around and someone will always lose out "
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  3.    04 Apr 2016 #3
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    As you can see Microsoft has been playing the olive branch game in, ARM and bridging across to Android within their Windows 10 Mobile to smooth out any ill feelings with Google but that wont work their is Apple in the wing and everything has to come to a vote for google/android for any changes in api regulation, in a nutshell this is just another give us a chance please without begging too much in the public, that Microsoft really wants a piece of the pie on a very fast and growing mobile market that is breaking records in records in profits and thousands line up for weeks ahead of time before a new version update goes public and its in the 1000.00US range per unit and only costs 47.00 dollars to manufacture in bulk units plus the % that come back from the mobile data networks provider this market is red hot and wont be going out of system anytime soon in the next 2 to 3 decades...

    And this will fully put any stand alone OS in full check mate and start the revolution PC to Mobile

    what I gather in the near future what your able to get done with a basic laptop or tablet you will be able to get done with one of these advanced and latest smartphones down the road...
    Last edited by AcuraTML; 04 Apr 2016 at 17:19. Reason: what else i cant spell as you can see
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