Windows Phone 7: Exec's refuse to allow porting

Not releasing sales figures is one thing, but not allowing porting of the fledgling os to slates and tablets is entirely another, and something the software giant could come to regret. Hopefully the decision is reversible but this years “Dive Into Mobile” conference provided Microsoft corporate vice president and director of Windows Phone Program Management Joe Belfiore the arena to provide this information.

Windows Phone 7 partners will be prevented from porting the phone operating system to slates and tablets

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