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Windows Exec Sinofsky to Depart Microsoft

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Nov 12, 2012, 8:46 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper
updated Nov 12, 2012, 8:47 PM

Steven Sinofsky, one of the executives responsible for Microsoft's Windows platform, is leaving the company effective immediately. Citing unnamed sources, AllThingsD reports that Sinofsky's departure was a mutual decision between Sinofsky and Microsoft's upper management. Julie Larson-Green and Tami Rellar, both long-time Microsoft employees, will assume Sinofsky's responsibilities.

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Nov 12, 2012, 10:47 PM

I'm Glad To See WinMo "Step Up Their Game"

I started with Sprint's Toshiba Tablet that ran WinMo CE and you had to use earphones to take a call on it then went to the Audiovox 6600. 6700 UTStarcom 6800 HTC 6850 Then Finally the HTC T7830 with a Palm Treo 700wx SOMEWHERE in there. So I have some former loyalty to the platform and OS.

I outgrew the aging WinMo platform so, I off boarded onto Android as Apple did not appeal to me whatsoever.

I've watched WinMo develop from a distance as it struggles to this day to maintain market significance always being 3 or 4 steps behind Android.

As of now. I have the Note 2 with 4.2, but I am not married to Android. I still say to Microsoft IMPRESS ME and I will gladly give you my business once again.
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