Originally Posted by mbarriault
This sets a very dangerous precedent.
First, it pretty much makes all injunctions, regardless of validity, completely useless.
Second, by doing it on grounds of accused monopolies, rather...
Just like Google's response to Microsoft over their licensing agreements with Android OEM's
This is the same tactic weve seen time and again from Microsoft. Failing to succeed in the smartphone market, they are resorting to legal...
"Gruber added, "seems obvious to me, of course, and probably to most regular DF readers. But how do the Android supporters who insist that Android is 'winning' square that belief with this?""
I would assume their...
Originally Posted by crawdad62
Well maybe sinking ship is a little strong but at this point I don't see much upside to developing for it. They're just so late to the party. Honestly if I were in the market for a non- iOS phone...
Originally Posted by Quadra 610
WP7 must *really* be crap for them to do this.
All we see is "Microsoft courting." Why do they need to court developers? Aren't their products and platform enticing enough on their...
Originally Posted by hill60
I thought one of the strengths of the upcoming Mango update to Mobile 7 was that you wouldn't need to turn to "Apps" to do things.
Why would Microsoft need some sort of program...