Windows 8 has left a lot of folks fuming. Can Windows Blue win them back?
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Windows Blue, like its predecessor, may very well strive to be all things to all people -- and perhaps more so. Microsoft's Tami Reller, chief marketing officer and chief financial officer of the Windows division, boasts that Blue "will deliver the latest new innovations across an increasingly broad array of form factors of all sizes, display, battery life and performance."
Intel CEO Paul Otellini recently said his company's new line of Atom mobile processors could power Windows 8 tablets priced as low as $200, an entry-level market that Microsoft needs to enter for its mobile strategy to succeed.
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