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March 31, 2016 - Uncategorized

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Microsoft hasn’t given up on Windows Phone just yet, but you wouldn’t know it from its Build 2016 developer conference

Each year, the company welcomes thousands of developers to Build to talk about the latest updates on all things Microsoft. This year, the updates included Windows, HoloLens, Xbox, Cortana and chatbots, but not — much to the chagrin of some developers in attendance — Windows Phone

See also: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: Why Windows Phone has a future

In fact, despite doing many of the onstage demos with a Windows Phone, none of the executives who took the stage Wednesday even mentioned Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile. And while we weren’t expecting to hear about a new handset or any major mobile updates, the fact that Windows 10 Mobile didn’t even warrant even the slightest acknowledgment in the 2.5-hour keynote would certainly seem to be a strong statement in itself. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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