Monday's Bloomberg article claimed the demise of the media player stating unnamed sources however Microsoft today denounced the statement, instead insisting that information on the Microsoft Zune product line has not been released and according to a blog post by a Microsoft program manager, Dave McLauchlan who said "We were completely frank about this year's Zune hardware being the WP7 phones, and we continue to both sell and fully support the Zune HD line of products," the blog states. "And as I've promised -- we continue to bring new apps and games to the platform. More of those are in the works, I promise you."
Microsoft states that they had not issued any information on Zune in any regard
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