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Microsoft’s latest attempt at smartphone software is a job well done—but there’s still plenty of work ahead.
With a new mapping service, called Here, Nokia hopes to get smartphone users hooked on its mapping technology.
A large semiconductor manufacturer uses electrical fields to sense hand movements.
Even if it alienates existing hardware partners, the Chinese market is too big, and fast-growing, to ignore.
If Microsoft wants to reinvent itself for the mobile era, it will have to attract a new generation of developers.
Microsoft is trying to leverage its Windows customer base to drive demand for the phones and tablets that are its future.
Apple might have made the touch screen ubiquitous, but Microsoft thinks hands-free interfaces will be just as big.