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With the finish of Windows on phones, how does Microsoft equivocate being the next IBM?

For fans of the platform, the central acknowledgment that Windows on phones isn’t under active growth any longer—security bugs will be fixed, but new facilities and new hardware aren’t on the cards—isn’t a big surprise. This is merely a unhappy confirmation of what we already knew.

Last week, Microsoft also announced that it was getting out of the music business, signaling another tiny shelter from the consumer space. It’s tantalizing to shrug and boot any of these instances, indicating to Microsoft’s continued craving strength as justification that the company’s position stays strong.

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