Wireless is a World of Devices (And Microsoft Plans to Live in All of Them)

O'Shea, Dan
March 2003
Wireless Review;Mar2003, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p46
Trade Publication
Presents information on the Smartphone interface developed by Microsoft for handset manufacturers. Views of Juha Christensen, corporate vice president of Microsoft, on Smartphone; Partnership between Microsoft and Samsung; Factors that contribute to the slow adoption of Smartphone. INSETS: Changing Lanes: Microsoft's Juha Christensen;Microsoft-Powered Devices Run the Gamut....


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