Entries Tagged ‘windows phone 7’

Metro and iOS – One Goal, Two Approaches

I want to touch on this subject once more, because I think it deserves some more attention. I imagine Metro is getting overplayed a bit, but as almost anyone will point out, Metro is essentially Windows Phone 7’s interface writ large. Or put another way, where WP7 was a revolution for Microsoft, Metro is the […]

Microsoft Is Watching You

The Guardian is reporting┬áthat a lawsuit was filed last Wednesday claiming Microsoft is tracking users of Windows Phone 7 devices even in situations when location information was purportedly disabled. In the article, and in the ensuing discussion about the case, Apple’s name was inevitably dragged into the fray, focusing on the hubbub that was brought […]

Windows Phone 7 Will Not Steal (Much) From iOS

Techcrunch is reporting that Gardner and IDC predict a 20 percent market share for Windows Phone 7 by 2015. Said to be a conservative estimate, it appears to be based on several factors: HP dropping webOS, leaving potential developers to jump ship to another mobile platform Microsoft pushing new product in Europe Microsoft marketing to […]