The outspoken company, Samsung, previously decided subtlety simply wouldn't due. Their continuous slams against Apple are now targeting its latest accomplishment – the iPhone 5. Microsoft found this technique effective and is jumping on the bandwagon – enter Nokia Lumia 925 slamming the iPhone 5 and Samsung. Is Nokia a sore loser or an effective marketer?
Windows Phone fans eager to see what Microsoft will unveil with its upcoming Windows Phone 8 may be able to see those screenshots early. Leaked screenshots claim to offer consumers a glance at screens for the upcoming phone, revealing a few notable changes.
If the leaked screens are legitimate, consumers can expect to see the following changes when the overhaul rolls out later this summer:
At one time, Microsoft's stranglehold on the PC market seemed unshakable. Whether you bought a Dell or HP computer, that device came pre-loaded with Microsoft Windows. You then loaded Microsoft Office on it, putting more money in Bill Gates' pocket. But the market is rapidly changing as consumers replace aging desktops and laptops with tablets. And most of those tablets run operating systems that don't belong to Microsoft.