Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Posted by Jason Dunn in "Windows Phone Articles & Resources" @ 09:00 PM
"Microsoft deserves a lot of credit for rebooting its mobile OS. It's all too rare for a company to admit that its existing product isn't good enough and be willing to bite the bullet and start over. You just wish they hadn't taken so long to come to that conclusion."
Rojas, the founder of Engadget and current co-founder of gdgt, has seen a lot of gadgets come and go in his time, so when he speaks about an OS, it's worth reading. He's quite impressed with the Windows Phone 7 OS in general, especially the amount of polish it has for a 1.0 product, but correctly pegs the developer story (APPS, APPS, APPS!) and the marketing as being real challenges for Microsoft. Read his article and sound off.