Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 12th Feb 2013 18:27 UTC
Windows "Imagine a phone that could run real Remote Desktop. Real PowerShell. Anything that can run on your desktop PC. Imagine 'phablet' form factors, similar to today's Samsung Galaxy Note 2, which could dock to a desktop setup and utilize an external display, keyboard, mouse, and other peripherals. Imagine a single set of APIs that work everywhere. Imagine that Phone isn't a whole separate platform, but an app. An app that runs on Windows. Real Windows. The Windows Phone team could never make that happen. But the Windows client team? You betcha. Make it happen, Microsoft. It's time to take the phone seriously." I have never agreed with Thurrot as much as I do right now.
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by judgen on Tue 12th Feb 2013 23:54 UTC
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They have already failed, why hunt a even slimmer target. Why not focus on the "still" majority plattform. Mobile visits to sites (which most apps are anyway) is still dwarfed by even linux+osx desktop. Mobile is a fad, and so is facebook and social even though it has survived longer than i thought.

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