Microsoft appears to have given up on Windows as a mobile operating system, announcing at a launch in New York on Wednesday that in 2020 it would release a dual-screen phone which runs Android.
Microsoft is preparing a campaign to neutralise the announcement last week by consumer goods testing publication Consumer Reports that four of its Surface-branded devices are not up to the mark as far as reliability is concerned.
Microsoft’s Surface chief, Panos Panay, says Microsoft stands behind Surface, but to truly test its toughness, shouldn’t Microsoft stand ON Surface instead?
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