In the end, it doesn’t even matter.

Ron Miller for TechCrunch, writing about the superfluousness of Windows phone:

The question remains; can Microsoft succeed without a strong Windows mobile position? From the looks of things, they don’t seem to have much choice. Nadella appears to be staking his position in the cloud, which is a perfectly reasonable way to play it, while opening up his company’s tools to iOS and Android in the absence of any meaningful Windows phone adoption.

Windows Phone is a failed experiment. It’s an also-ran. And I wouldn’t be entirely surprised if Microsoft were to partner up with someone else to build a Windows flavored Android device.

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