Cyanogen CEO wants Cortana: Says Windows on mobile is dead

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  1. By any criteria you choose, if Windows Phone is dead, then Cyanogen was never born. This is just another CEO trying to publicise his product by slating another. I switched from Android to Windows Phone last year and I’ll never go back. I certainly won’t go to an OS backed by a tiny corporation that could be dust this time tomorrow.

    The number of apps aside, the Microsoft OS has a completely superior user interface to Android and by implication Cyanogen and the only thing I would try to persuade MS to adopt is the calendar – email sync. A button to make an email into an appointment would be just great. Other than that, give me MS every time.

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