Apple have done great things, says Microsoft boss, before disappearing into a sea of buzzword-laden waffle.
“These teenagers work for the KYE factory in China, which manufactures computer mice and webcams for Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Samsung, Best Buy, Foxconn, Acer, Logitech, and other US companies.
Microsoft is considering including support for Mac OS within future Windows Phone 7 series of devices. Speaking to Engadget this weekend, Microsoft’s Aaron Woodman, (director of consumer experiences for Microsoft’s mobile division) would neither confirm nor deny the plan – all he seemed prepared to commit to was to concede […]
Slate analyzes Microsoft’s marketing of Windows 7 over the years, and finds it wanting. Incidentally, according to the NPD groups’ weekly tracking service, Windows 7 software unit sales in the U.S. increased 234% over Windows Vista’s first few days of sales. However, hoped for uptick in PC demand didn’t take […]
Aimed solely at the US market right now, Microsoft seems to hint at games for its new Zune HD – but will the company’s black hole investment in mobile devices excite enough consumers to make shareholder’s happy? We do know Apple has sold 20 million iPod touch devices and 30 […]
While Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer seems to hate the iPhone, his plan of attack on Apple’s music empire seems somewhat limited – the company has no plans to launch its not especially popular Zune HD in Europe. According to Microsoft France’s head of E&D division, François Ruault, The Zune HD […]
Here we go. From the windows mobile team blog: “Hello, my name is Constanze Roman and I’m a Community PM with the Windows Mobile Community Team. If you’ve been curious about porting an iPhone app to the Windows Mobile platform, then I have exciting news for you! We have just […]
Here’s a vaguely interesting, somewhat frustrating interview with Robbie Bach, head of Microsoft’s entertainment and devices unit.
Microsoft has moved to cease speculation it intends releasing its own Zune phone to compete with the Apple iPhone, and presumably the iPod touch. The company pooh-poohed the notion during its financial results announcement this week, saying its strategy will be to improve Windows Mobile and continue working with its […]
In case you can’t tell the difference, this is a puppet show.