Sunday, May 12, 2013

Microsoft Realesed Windows Mobile in 2009

Windows has realesed the new windows that called "Windows Mobile". I, ve got this information from unwiredviewdotcom. Microsoft said that this window can be working on retooling and beefing up the Windows Mobile operating system which runs on many popular devices such as the Samsung Omnia.

According to Todd Peters, the vice president of marketing for the Windows Mobile division, Microsoft is planning on making a major announcement at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) this year, which we’ll be in to cover, so expect updates on that front.

Peters didn’t get specific with what’s going to happen at MWC in February, but he did make it clear that Microsoft is about to give it to the competition.

Why Microsoft would want to do this is obvious: to maintain focus on development instead of bug fixes and keep its efforts from being diluted over too many devices. However, when you think about how Microsoft will still charge licensing fees to have Windows Mobile run on devices when there are other free alternatives (such as Google’s Android and soon, Symbian), one could infer that a number of others would quite voluntarily leave on their own, anyway.

In any case, Microsoft has definitely taken the right direction. I’ll sure be looking forward to that “major” announcement they’re planning February.

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