Microsoft Has New Competition in the Mobile Phone Arena

This announcement appears to have made both Microsoft's and Research in Motion's ability to dominate, or plans to dominate the smartphone market just a little more questionable at best. For Samsung arriving late to the smartphone party dance-off give them a rather large disadvantage with an uphill battle to garnish even the most minuscule of shares from that market. With the mobile market maturing quickly, capturing shares will require a deep smartphone app base and an army of developers to continue pumping them out, Samsung has neither. Continue reading this story here.



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