Ballmer: We could be working faster on Windows Mobile
At a conference in Microsoft’s hometown, Redmond, CEO Steve Ballmer admitted yesterday that the company could be working faster on Windows Mobile.
Responding to a question from an audience member who complained that his employees were bringing in iPhones and Android Phones that were tricky to support, and wanted Microsoft to up its game significantly so that he didn’t have to deal with that situation as much, Ballmer responded: “There’s opportunities for us to accelerate our execution in this area, and we’ve done a lot of work to really make sure we have a team that’s going to be able to accelerate.” Here’s the full Q&A:
Logitech acquires Slim Devices – home of the Squeezebox and Transporter
Logitech has today announced that it has acquired Slim Devices, known for their home network systems, including the Squeezebox and the recently announced high-end network device, the Transporter (pictured). The cost? $20 million in cash, which must have needed…