How Android Became My New Windows Phone

Windows Mobile 10, and its predecessor, Windows Phone, are dead. Updates, and support, are ending. There are no new devices on the horizon. PC-in-your-pocket system Continuum has proved to be of little interest. Mobile users don’t want a PC in their pocket, they want a phone — like an Android, for example. One of the things that Microsoft did well on Windows Phone devices was produce intuitive apps, and make mobile data management simpler. The user interface was unique and pleasing to use, too. But this is not the end for Microsoft’s mobile ambitions. They have a number of apps,…

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