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jzwatches
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re: Microsoft begins aggressive new Windows Phone campaign
jzwatches   10/18/2012 4:52:36 AM
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Well, since MS has failed to win consumers' hearts throughout the years after the introduction of iPhone and Android, this is their only way to recoup all the losses they have faced. Yes, MS is not able to beat the other leading giants in terms of applications and features but it is only fair and reasonable that MS is trying to at least continue persevering to compete and win in terms of seamlessness and their loading speed. Consumers who use their smartphone and have failed to be satisfied in terms of these factors that MS has got to offer, might be enticed to change from their current commercialized smartphone to a Windows phone. http://www.jzandf.com

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yalanand   3/5/2012 10:03:17 AM
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Smartphone with Windows OS are slowly becoming popular in India. Windows OS gives a totally fresh interface and moreover the phones are incredibly faster compared to Android phones.

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selinz   2/28/2012 7:06:39 PM
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It seems silly to compare a an operating system that's had to maintain backward compatibility for 30 years to a newly programmed smart phone. Microsoft's biggest problem was that they were late with the new and slow updating the old. Marketing 101 tells you that. Now they are playing catch up. But every unbiased review that I have seen seems to believe that technically, their current product is well done...

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re: Microsoft begins aggressive new Windows Phone campaign
linpaws   2/27/2012 9:27:28 AM
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Was watching a re-run of Ironman the other day when he falls from high up in the sky after a build-up of ice. The moment suit powers up, it boots up in some 1-2 seconds JIT ironman is about to hit the ground... I just wondered what would happen to the hit series if the suit was running windows (BSOD?)

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cdhmanning   2/26/2012 9:06:36 PM
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That logic would seem to be stuck in a classic catch 22 trap. When the platform gets popular, app writers will start targeting the platform. But surely the platform needs the apps to become popular? That was not so much an issue in the past when apps were just a cute extra feature. Now, however, apps are a fundamental part of a smart phone. No apps - no smartphone! Where MS falls down is that they have head-butted users and developers far too often. Each rev of the OS brings on huge changes and compatibility issues. MS have already started pushing WP 8 saying it is going to be better than, and different to, WP 7. So why would anyone: (a) want to buy a phone running a platform that is going to be obsoleted within a year or (b) want to write apps for an obsolete platform.

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Kinnar   2/26/2012 7:28:04 PM
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Yes it is true Microsoft has also started targeting the application developers to attract towards designing applications for Windows Mobile OS by offering free Windows Powered Mobile devices to the developers.

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Daniel Payne   2/26/2012 4:03:26 PM
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To continue browsing please reboot now.... LOL. Come on people, we all know how flakey Windows OS can be, so why would a WIndows Phone be reliable? Android, iOS and RIM are established players in the smartphone marketplace, it is simply marketing suicide for Windows to take all three on, head to head.

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KB3001   2/25/2012 11:27:41 AM
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Given our experience with PCs, does not anyone want the experience repeated with Smart Phones? Not me, thank you very much Microsoft!

KB3001
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KB3001   2/25/2012 11:26:10 AM
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Well said! I am sick of all this marketing hype...

Bert22306
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Bert22306   2/24/2012 10:07:40 PM
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A bit of a chicken and egg problem. If the Windows phone gains some buzz, it would seem to me that app developers would create their same app also for Windows. I don't put a lot of weight in the number of apps available for any particular type, because I figure that whatever becomes popular will soon get those same apps anyway. Although I do realize that this is a very short term and fickle market we're talking about.

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