Microsot Windows Phone 7 is not free

Tivanka Ellawala, Microsoft financial officer in statement said "It does infringe on a bunch of patents, and there's a cost associated with that," Ellawala said. "So there's a... cost associated with Android that doesn't make it free." We'll see how this plays out as the release of Microsoft Windows Phone 7 draws near.

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