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Monday, 11 February 2008 19:01

Microsoft acquires Danger

Written by Enis Abazovic
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GSMA 2008 Mobile World Congress: A dangerous move


Microsoft announced today that it has acquired software company, Danger, at its press conference in Barcelona. With this move, Microsoft wants to get its hands on Danger’s technology, instant messaging, social networking, games, multimedia and Web tools. Also, they will get over 10 years of experience in the mobile market and, hopefully, their loyal consumers.

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Danger is a software-as-a-service company that enables wireless operators to offer a differentiated service offering to the consumer market. The Danger mobile Internet platform is a Java-compatible, client/server software infrastructure and application suite that delivers an easy-to-use, personalized experience.

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Enis Abazovic

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