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Android and Microsoft (2015)

(Image Source: Mario Tomás Serrafero) I find this interesting: the recent move by MSFT to get into and “steal” the Android space. Today, thanks to new leadership at MSFT (Nadella), it seems the company is entering a new phase — with new vision…

On Microsoft and Nokia (June 2011)

Here revisiting the Microsoft and Nokia relationship, are we witnessing the death of Nokia? Or it’s rebirth? Nokia is big and powerful, with lots of money, so perhaps the relationship becomes a merger, like a “Microsoft Nokia”-branded company. That would be a huge…

Reaction to Nokia 2011 Strategy Announcement (and Microsoft relationship)

While a radical change in strategy was expected, it is not aggressive enough. On my previous post here titled Mobility 2011: Nokia, I shared some thoughts on what Nokia should be doing; some implemented on this new strategy (such as transitioning out of…

So what is or should be Microsoft’s strategy for mobile?

So it has begun, Microsoft announced that slowing (killing) the KIN product: “We have made the decision to focus exclusively on Windows Phone 7 and we will not ship KIN in Europe this fall as planned. Additionally, we are integrating our KIN team…

Microsoft Joins the Physical World Connections and Interactions Space with Microsoft Tag

Microsoft has joined the physical world connection/interactions space with its release of their High Capacity Color Barcode (HCCB) called Microsoft Tag, a new 2D Barcode technology developed by Microsoft research that competes with QR Code, Datamatrix and other 2D barcode technologies. Comparing Microsoft…

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