Windows Phone 7 will not be used by Microsoft as a tablet operating system, according to the company.
Windows Phone president at Microsoft, Andy Lees, said the corporation did not believe its mobile phone operating system would be suitable for a tablet tool. “We view a tablet as a PC,” Mr. Lees said, talking at the company’s Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles.
Mr. Lees said that definite purposes from the desktop edition of Windows, such as publishing and networking, would be necessary for tablet consumers. Microsoft’s site is approximately the conflicting of that . . . → Read More: Microsoft Says Tablets will not Use Windows Phone 7 Operating System