“Speaking to Pocket-lint at the launch of Windows Mobile 6.1 in London, Scott Rockfeld, group product manager at Microsoft’s mobile communications business, when questioned how Apple and Google poses a threat to Microsoft’s Mobile OS said: ‘We are not at all worried. We think we’ve got the one mobile platform you’ll use for the rest of your life,'” Katie Scott reports for Pocket-lint.
“Rockfeld was quick to dash Apple’s hopes of dominating the smartphone market: ‘They are not going to catch up,’ he said before reminding us that Microsoft shifted more licences of its mobile platform than RIM and Apple did handsets put together last year,” Scott reports.
Full article here.
Microsoft really needs to stop feeding their employees those delusional asshole pills.
Factoid: Apple’s iPhone has only been available in four countries (they just added countries five and six, Austria and Ireland, two weeks ago) for 10 months (US – June 29, 2007) or less (UK and Germany – Nov. 9, 2007, France – Nov. 29, 2007).