Posts Tagged ‘Windows Phone 9’

We’ve seen designers and digital artists share their own personal vision of what the future of Apple’s iOS will look like. We’ve witnessed what a potential touch-screen iMac could look like and we’ve even see a number of imaginative pieces that outline how a potential iOS or Android powered smartwatch could work. It’s very rare that designers, or general users for that matter, take the time to reimagine what Microsoft’s mobile operating system could be like, but that’s exactly what we have here with a Windows Phone 9 concept.

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Microsoft’s Windows Phone has failed to capture the hearts and minds of the great unwashed smartphone buying masses, even if it has managed to carve out a little corner of the sales pie chart to call its own. Unfortunately for Microsoft though, that little bit of market share isn’t going to cut the mustard moving forward, especially with the acquisition of Nokia expected to move the mobile division of the Redmond firm onto the next step.

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Redmond-based Microsoft may only recently have pushed out Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 to the end user, but it has long since been the public knowledge that the company is looking at moving towards more regular release cycles. The days of completely revamped offerings arriving every five years or so will soon be a thing of the past, and incremental, annual improvements will then ensue. It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise, then, that the software maker should be working on Windows 9 and Windows Phone 9, and as a recent job posting infers, the company is on the hunt for a few more specialist engineers to add to its team.

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