Microsoft may see its new Windows Phone 7 Series operating system ported onto Motorola phones, according to comments made by Motorolas co-CEO to The Wall Street Journal. That would be positive news for Microsoft as it seeks to interest handset manufacturers and developers in its new software, designed to help the company either halt or reverse its slide in mobile market share. Unlike Google Android devices and the iPhone, which emphasize individual mobile applications, Windows Phone 7 Series centers its user interface on hubs that collect Web and application content.
- Motorola may re-embrace the idea of releasing smartphones running a Windows operating system, according to comments made by one of the companys CEOs to The Wall Street Journal. The news potentially bodes well for the adoption of the Windows Phone 7 Series, which was announced in a high-profile pr... [ Full story from eWEEK Windows ]