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6/25/2014 | 11:35:20 AM
Android-Windows crossover
Interesting turn of events for Microsoft. Maybe this might be better termed "Android-esque," "Nearly Android," something like "Hybridroid."

It should provide a good crossover experience though between traditional Android users and Microsoft's Windows environment. If users get hooked on the Microsoft online service and live tiles, perhaps they'll make the jump to Microsoft hardware the next time around.


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