Yes, Windows Phone is dead. Here’s why – Computerworld

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Yes, Windows Phone is dead. Here’s why
Computerworld
To the surprise of few, if any, a Microsoft executive has confirmed the inevitable: The Windows Phone is effectively dead. While the company will continue to support existing iterations, Joe Belfiore, Microsoft’s corporate vice president for Windows
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