Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 10th Jan 2014 01:56 UTC

Although Apple and Google officially sit out the biggest tech trade show of the year, their platforms are well represented by the third parties that create thousands of products for them. This year it feels like Microsoft is simply being left out.

Windows has virtually no presence in the two biggest things to hit computing in a long time, and it's starting to show. Microsoft may not be in trouble - but Windows is.

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RE[8]: Comment by Nelson
by jockm on Mon 13th Jan 2014 21:38 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: Comment by Nelson"
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Actually you should be asking Thom since he is the one who started it.

I have no idea what he considers the threshold to be, and I am sure Thom doesn't. But I would think 2.2% of channel sales in 2013* counts as a presence.

I am not saying it is a big presence but I am calling BS on Thom's comment. Especially since he didn't even both baking it up.

Or to give a different argument, I am willing to be that Microsoft's Tablet market share worldwide is is much higher than Jolla's at this very moment.

BTW it would be a real trick to have a market share of 0.000000000000001% as .000000015% is (approximately) one person out of the earths population.


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