Anonymous, 21 Aug 2011Too late :/, while clever for 6.5 and 7 and then isnt opened another chance for developers, n... morehaha really dont be too confident. i guess you have not tried windows phone 7 yet. it's a good os. And i know windows phone will be the king again, by means of nokia!
The problem was Gates and Microsoft Team didn't realize te potential of Mobility Gadgets until now...
Let's see if Microsoft takes the road again and make this ecosystem an Suceed.
They gets too many good hits around, XBox 360 is the most sold VG, Zune, Windows 7 Desktop and many more....
No one can predict that MS don't going to get more involved on their WP7 Software....only the future will show us....for now MS is moving in right direction.
AnonD-14721, 21 Aug 2011Android took two years after release to gain 3% of marketshare; Windows Phone gained the same ... moreComparing a particular version of windows mobile with established market share to the a new(then) OS goes to show, somebody is paying for this or you are just dreaming about something. Otherwise I believe M$ can force full 100% monopoly to all the world but it would show too much about links politics and large corporations (eg. sw patents, market dumping etc)...
Android Is good but...
My previus phone was Nokia N900 and new one is Nexus S
I prefer Maemo insted of Android.
In Maemo I have 2 problem,Less App and Slow instaling progress.
With Android I have a lot of problem,
I think in the OS market for Phone there is much room to improvment.
and if WP can satisfy there user it can be successful
yeah thats it go windows save web-os please begg you. Go on open a new window for other developers such as PALM. Yeah goooo goo goo
Too late :/, while clever for 6.5 and 7 and then isnt opened another chance for developers, now Android is too far ahead of him ..
AnonD-18725, 21 Aug 2011Microsoft has already had ONE YEAR to do something about their Platform. It is incomplete and ... moreAndroid took two years after release to gain 3% of marketshare; Windows Phone gained the same amount in less than half a year after its release.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2011You shouldn't condemn WP7 before it has even had its chance. Let Nokia launch its phones first... moreMicrosoft has already had ONE YEAR to do something about their Platform. It is incomplete and tries too hard to be something new. Nokia is just losing and losing. In fact, the burning platform (Symbian) was set on fire by the traitor, Elop himself.
plz launch new......
webos developers will choose an os who run with linux kernel, like android or meego, very pathetic msft
The best technology and interface should be invisible. The machines work for us, not the opposite. Those who understand this best, will stand the best chance of success.
The way i see it wp7 doesn't have apple's appeal nor androids flexibility. I see it as an iOS wannabe. For the near future or atleast another 2 generations of mobile handsets, android and iOS would rule.
Plus I cant use a device that tries to control me and forces me to abandon concepts like file management or user addressable storage. I mean this is a step backwards to the sixties. I would rather use an OS like android or S^3 or memo which gives me these freedoms.
AnonD-17348, 21 Aug 2011"Whatever Microsoft touches, it turned to gold." Er...what about Windows Vista?Windows Vista is far better than the latest Mac OS...
Go Microsoft go.
AnonD-18725, 21 Aug 2011Funny that.. Just like Nokia - you are going from one losing team to the next losing team. Jus... moreYou shouldn't condemn WP7 before it has even had its chance. Let Nokia launch its phones first, and then make a conclusion.
Funny that.. Just like Nokia - you are going from one losing team to the next losing team. Just look at the market share for Nokia and Windows Phone 7.. WebOS dev's should move to more sustainable platforms like Android.
Well Done Microsoft~
AnonD-16060, 20 Aug 2011They have no an "App Store" like that of Android and Apple's iTunes, not app!Are you still living in the world of windows mobile?
This is just a diplomatic policy of sponsoring and then copyrighting a product done by another individual.
Microsoft is making a good investment by taking this step.