Developers Get a Glimpse of Windows 8

Developers got a glimpse of Windows 8 this week at the All Things Digital conference. According to reports, the next version of Windows, which won't be released until 2012, looks very similar to Windows Phone 7. Microsoft has been focusing on tablets lately, and is working towards an OS that has some of the user interface functionality of Apple's iOS, along with features already included its own Windows Phone 7.

Developers got a glimpse of Windows 8 this week at the All Things Digital conference. According to reports, the next version of Windows, which won't be released until 2012, looks very similar to Windows Phone 7.

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