Linked by David Adams on Thu 29th Nov 2012 20:16 UTC
Microsoft Financial analyst Charles Sizemore predicts that over time, a persistent Microsoft will come to not only thrive but dominate in the mobile computing space, because Apple has no "moats" to prevent customer attrition and its insistence at heavily controlling the ecosystem will drive customers away, while Google's offerings are too "shoddy." It's a bold prediction, but I suppose betting on Microsoft to be persistent and build on its strengths is a safe bet. But will persistence and flexibility be enough?
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RE[2]: Zune
by bassbeast on Sun 2nd Dec 2012 10:03 UTC in reply to "RE: Zune"
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Riiight, all they'll need is a bigger screen, more memory, a keyboard and hard drive space...why we could call it...dum dum dum...a PC!

Reality is VERY different, what is REALLY happening is PCs passed "good enough" for everything, even hardcore gaming, several releases ago, so now people aren't replacing until the previous one dies. that STILL equals hundreds of millions of PCs a year, it just means they aren't gonna sell as much as ARM because...well cell phones are disposable, as well as those cheap tablets. how many phones you have lying in a drawer somewhere? I rest my case.

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