Mirosoft claims deific invulnerability

Comments

microgod.png

Well, more or less. Senior VP for Windows Mobile Pieter Knook made some pretty bold statements against RIM yesterday. After laying out plans to have 20 million devices running Windows Mobile software by the end of fiscal 2008, he stated:

“[The blackout] reinforces the point that there’s a single point of failure in RIM’s infrastructure and it’s provoking a lot of companies to look at the alternatives.”

Of course you guys have never had any problems with Windows Mobile, right? … Right?

  • Thought

    The only reason why Microsoft makes these statements is because they are worried about RIM.

    You don’t attack a competitor you have already beaten.

  • Thought

    The only reason why Microsoft makes these statements is because they are worried about RIM.

    You don’t attack a competitor you have already beaten.