Windows Phone 7, How Much More Can the Software Giant Take?

And since we don't know the exact sales figures for Windows Phone 7 but speculations leans towards the first ad push by Microsoft being not all that successful. With Verizon's announcement to carry the iPhone and Android already quite successfully, its not likely that a second push by the software giant will have much of an impact on the current sales rate, whatever it may be.

With Verizon getting the iPhone this week and Microsoft already facing an uphill battle against Android and any other smartphones, how much more can Windows Phone 7 take?

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