Windows Is "Risky Business" For Microsoft

HTML5 support could spell the end for the Microsoft dominated smartphone market. iDevices from Apple are the single most used devices in Starbucks stores than any others device. With no support for Microsoft Silverlight, .NET code and noting special for Windows Mobile 7 features, could this set a trend for smartphone devices in the years to come?

Starbucks new Digital Network may indicate a trend with the lack of Microsoft support

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