Do you remember how BlackBerry turned into Android BlackBerry? Well, it all begun by small baby steps; availing BB features here and another one there into the Android platform (BB ported its advanced security into the Android platform).
Before we knew it, BlackBerry platform became irrelevant. Just ask BB users who have already been threatened by discontinued support by major software developers like Facebook. Now let’s take a look at another platform that made many headlines in the tech world last week.
The Windows 10 platform by Microsoft was the talk of the tech streets for the better part of the previous week. However, you would notice there was more talk about iOS and Android more than its platform, the Windows 10 Mobile.
Many see Microsoft more interested in availing its apps on other mobile operating systems than it is in attracting users to its mobile ecosystem. You only need to look at the numbers of traditional Windows apps now availed on iOS and Android. Some may argue this is Microsoft plan to lure people onto the Windows Mobile platform, but critics say users get satisfied …read more