Microsoft’s Huge Announcement – Part 2

Microsoft made their huge announcement, part-2, yesterday. Announcing the release of Windows Phone 8 at the Microsoft Windows Phone Summit event, in just a matter of a couple days Microsoft has completed outlining their vision for the next few years and really putting the pieces of the puzzle together for the world. It would appear that the world now gets the big picture around convergence of all these features and abilities that the combination of these technologies will bring. The big question is, will any of this be able to dig into Apple’s control of the market and turn the profit that Microsoft is looking for. Time will tell and you can read the full story here.



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