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Microsoft express commitment to Windows 10 Mobile and “differentiated 1st party devices”

Microsoft started retrenching from the Windows Phone market in May 2015, but at Ignite today, in a session titled “Discover what’s next for Windows 10 Mobile for phones and small tablets” Alan Meeus, Product Manager, Windows 10 Mobile, put up a slide claiming that “Microsoft is committed to Windows 10 Mobile.” The slide also made the […]
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