Microsoft Whips-out Their Massive Checkbook in Hopes of Building a Robust App Store

It’s the latest rage, if you have billions of dollars to spend. Just buy developers, give them free phones, free tools and promise them prime real-estate in the app store. Will it work, probably not, but in the end, Microsoft will have spent a lot of money trying. And its not that the Windows 8 platform is bad, in fact, in many ways, especially from a business perspective, its better the iOS and Android. Its just a simple fact that people don’t want Windows on their phones. Read more and decide for yourself what the issue is.



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