re: Windows Phone's Big Problem: Google Ignores It
Eric, are you kidding us? Is your head stuck that far into the ground? Bro, the #1 reason why WP does not have close to 10% market share is lack of carrier support. AT&T keeps a steady stream of WP(s) available, while VZ and Sprint each have one, nine month old model. T-Mobile has a couple, including the Nokia 710, and MS has no presence in the pre-paid space that is owned by low-end Android smartphones. From there, you can make critical points about MS' marketing efforts, including Kin causing an 18 month delay in WP7. VZ complains three months ago about lack of LTE support. Now, the Nokia 900 and HTC Titan II sport LTE and where is VZ? They're having their usual Android love fest. Please, dude, if you're going to write an article about what's slowing adoption of WP, don't blame it on a lack of attention from Google. That's an absolute joke.