2 Comments

Summary:

Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer took the stage for the very first time at CES — in the place of Bill Gates — to talk about the convergence of th…

imageMicrosoft’s Steve Ballmer took the stage for the very first time at CES — in the place of Bill Gates — to talk about the convergence of the three screens among phones, PCs and TVs. One of the crucial components, of course, is the Windows Mobile platform, which extends “the PC experience to the phone.” Without saying it, Ballmer pointed out the how the company compares to others, such as Apple (NSDQ: AAPL), which said in its last update that it has sold more than 10 million iPhones. Ballmer: “I

You’re subscribed! If you like, you can update your settings

  1. He couldn't not carry Bill's Jock.

  2. Twice as manay phones as Apple, but still no cohesive app store. Plus, developers for WinMo charge PC-like proces for apps while the iPhone crowd gets apps for free or a couple of bucks. Come on MS, put your weight behind WinMo!

Comments have been disabled for this post