What Windows Phone needs: A truly fabulous flagship phone

Nokia Lumia 730
Apple has the iPhone; Google the Nexus line. Microsoft has a bunch of numbers that don’t mean much to anyone. It’s not that Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform is heading in the wrong direction. It’s not really headed anywhere at all. Microsoft needs to figure out what Windows Phone stands for, fast–and capitalize upon it with […]
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