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PsychologyDoc

Jan 7, 2011, 8:03 AM

When will Microsoft get it together?

Bringing a 3G, non-production model to CES, with a "not so ready for prime time" OS... simply stunning.

Did anyone see the interview Steve Ballmer gave today with Maria Bartiromo today? Pathetic. The CEO of Microsoft dodged every legitimate question she asked about burgeoning tech, trying to pioneer "something" to compete in the handheld market and do anything, anything at all to kick start their 10 year flat stock price. He had absolutely no concrete answers. This is why they have been late to the party for the past 10 years.

Aren't you people tired of waiting for a company that should be a major player to innovate rather than... well, I'll refrain from using a word that rhymes with innovate for the act that MSFT is doing and I'll s...
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Personally I think Microsoft is taking their time with the OS, and trying not to go the Android route with 10000 different devices in 100000 different flavors. Having it all standardized is a giant step forward, and will only get better as time goes o...
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I agree on the OS being not ready for prime time. It should have had landscape support from the start.

That said, I don't think this game is a waiting game yet. 80% of U.S. phone buyers don't own a smartphone, but they will eventually. This is a v...
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PeterDLai

Jan 7, 2011, 8:31 PM

"the company's upcoming 4G devices"

Was anything else mentioned besides the HTC EVO Shift 4G and BlackBerry Playbook 4G?
 
 
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