Dec 21, 2015

Microsoft fails Windows Phone fans again by delaying Windows 10 Mobile | VentureBeat | Mobile | by Emil Protalinski

Windows Phone fans and fanboys have a tough job. They have to stand by an operating system with a new name every few years, significantly fewer apps than the competition, and a distant third place spot in the market. The latest news out of Microsoft isn't making their lives any easier.

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