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Windows Phone's Q4 share stumbles as Nokia's sales slump

Gregg Keizer | Feb. 13, 2014
As Nokia goes, so goes Microsoft's shot in smartphones

A blend of Windows Phone and Windows RT would allow developers to write one app that would run on both smartphones and tablets, with a single app market. That strategy was first popularized by Apple, followed by Google, but is not yet possible in Microsoft's ecosystem.

Llamas was non-committal about whether such a merger would dramatically change Windows Phone's fortunes. "It wouldn't hurt to have a unified platform," he said today.


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