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Microsoft Acquires Danger

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Feb 11, 2008, 9:29 AM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Feb 11, 2008, 11:30 AM

Microsoft announced today that it is going to acquire Danger for an undisclosed sum. Microsoft will fold Danger into its mobile division. No timeframe for the purchase was given.


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Feb 11, 2008, 8:09 PM

I wanna know something please respond?

🙂 Is it possible Microsoft is jealous of the slaes of the iphone that Apple incorporated because of their success of their Iphone product.It's typical of willam gates to follow after steve jobs that was the only microsoft would succeed every nerd knows that including myself apple invented the computer crooksoft stole their innvations and developed windows typical microsoft the gphone looks like a piece of #### and zune phone i looks like garbage iphone rules the world oh by the way AT&T is winning the specturm auction the classc c block their they'll get their lawyers to close open acces of the specturm of the class c blocck of it the monopoly of AT&T is coming back stronger by that way so they will own everything in telecommuncations in th...
This was by far the most informative, intellegent post I have read here. You sir are the reason we all come to these boards. Keep up the good work! 😁

You're an inspiration to us all.
Were you being stupid... sounded pretty lack for intelligence to me. Keep trying though.

Feb 11, 2008, 10:12 AM

WM Sidekick?

Sounds like a minor improvement.
That would kick ass!!!

Feb 11, 2008, 1:05 PM

Can you say ZunePhone?

I knew you could. 😉
Microsoft dosn't need danger to make a zunephone. If they were GOING To make one, they would have had plans to do so long before Danger.

Feb 11, 2008, 10:43 AM

Microsoft Consumer OS?

Maybe they use Danger for strictly consumer line and keep WM for prosumer/professional.
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