They had a plan with Zune music players, Windows Phones, and automotive infotainment systems, too.
History will repeat itself.
So they stopped selling the LTE-enabled Surface tablets just so they could announce this new direction? Makes sense.
Sorry Microsoft, our company chose your products for “always connected” remote workers, even though you only included LTE on the consumer models and inexplicably not the Pro models, but then you stopped selling them. So we chose somebody else, too little too late.
Microsoft; Getting it right every other time.
Has Microsoft ever had a successful hardware project?
>"The network is moving to the cloud, just like storage and compute has," Myerson told Business Insider at CES.
Houston, we have lift off! /s
What is that even supposed mean? The net? Like the cables? The wifi is going into the cloud? What?
I mean, he explains it in the next sentence, but the statement by itself is still pretty funny I think...