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Thursday, 04 November 2010 09:28

Dell prefers Windows Mobile 7 to Android

Written by Nick Farell
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Easier to develop software
Microsoft's Windows Mobile 7 is easier to develop software for than Google's Android, according to Tin Box shifter, Michael Dell.

Michael Dell, the CEO of Dell, said that Dell had not got much experience with Android. While speaking at an event in Hong Kong, the Dell CEO said that according to feedback from developers, developing for Windows Phone 7 was less hassle than developing for Android.

Dell also revealed that his company plans to launch several more tablets in the next year, so we can guess they will not be Chrome based. Dell said that Tablets were a bit problematic as there was a lot of debate in the the market as to who is dumb enough to be buying them, why and for how much.

“Those sort of questions always emerge when there’s a new form factor," said Dell.

Nick Farell

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