Microsoft is not even going to talk about WinMobile in future according to a statement issued by the company:
No more blind cheerleading from Redmond: Microsoft (MSFT) finally admitted that its mobile business needs some work.
At Microsoft’s analyst day in Seattle, Robbie Bach confessed in his finest business school jargon that the company hasn’t “done as good a job as I would like building relationships and getting the right integration with our hardware partners,” according to the WSJ, and vowed to improve: “You’re going to see dramatic improvement in integration.”
He added, “You’ll see our execution rhythm pick up and the quality of our execution improve.”
Based on the quote, the only option they have is to NEVER talk about WinMobile, because blind cheerleading is your only option, when your company is incapable of producing quality software.
For anyone who wants to read the article, it’s titled Microsoft Admits Its Phones Are Crappy, Vows To Improve.