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Why Microsoft’s Metro UI could slowly kill Android

3 years agoTechnology : Gigaom

Microsoft's effort to merge the Windows Phone look and feel with Windows 8 will pay off in the form of causing Google Android to "fade away" says a mobile market watcher. That's possible because Microsoft -- and Apple, as well -- have something that Google doesn't.
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