Microsoft's Ballmer Talks Up Windows Phone

July 2011
Channel Insider;7/12/2011, p1
The article reports on the statement of Microsoft Corp. chief executive officer (CEO) Steve Ballmer regarding the small market share of Windows Phone 7 after its launch in 2011. It mentions his keynote speech during Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference held in Los Angeles, California in which he talks on other Windows Phone metrics to counter the threat of its competitors. He also discusses reports from IDC Corp. and Gartner Inc. suggesting negative Microsoft smartphone market share by 2015.


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