“Microsoft Corp said on Tuesday it would offer full Web browsing for cell phones this year, following the footsteps of Apple Inc’s iPhone [and iPod touch], which has won praise for the way it displays Web sites as they would appear on a computer,” Sinead Carew reports for Reuters.
“Microsoft said at CTIA, the annual U.S. mobile show, that it will make Internet Explorer Mobile available to phone makers in the third quarter with the first phones to go on sale by year end,” Carew reports.
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Apple leads. Microsoft follows (or at least promises to follow) much later. As usual.