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WhartonBrooks Part II: CEO Greg Murphy on his upstart Windows Mobile company [Exclusive]

WhartonBrooks is one of the newest smartphone manufacturers on the scene — and perhaps the most unique and controversial one. And they haven't even released a phone yet. So what is it about this Connecticut-based smartphone manufacturer that has garnered both the praise and the ire of some in the industry? First and foremost its CEO Greg Murphy has invested in what a small but passionate group of enthusiasts hail as the best mobile platform, critics describe as a dead platform, and others barely acknowledge as they enjoy their iPhones and Android phones.
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