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Asus, LG Consider Windows Phones
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moarsauce123
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2/8/2013 | 1:02:45 PM
re: Asus, LG Consider Windows Phones
The market sees it entirely the opposite. Windows Phone is a flop with negligible market share.
AustinIT
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1/17/2013 | 6:47:11 PM
re: Asus, LG Consider Windows Phones
Glad to see this happening. Windows Phone deserves to succeed because it is a great platform.

I would point out that Asus and LG lag their competitors precicely because they lack the vision to go in the direction that has the neon sign pointing the way. Never bet against Microsoft...


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