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Microsoft Shows Off Payment Technology in New Phone Software

June 21, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: The New York Times

Microsoft’s mobile operating system, Windows Phone, hasn’t made much of an impact on the phone market. But the company is far from giving up. It is investing even more in the software with a major upgrade set for release this fall. What’s it got that the iPhone doesn’t? A complete mobile payment system.

The new software, Windows Phone 8, will be built on the same foundation as Windows 8, the next version of Microsoft’s operating system for desktops and tablets, the company said on Wednesday at a conference for software developers in San Francisco.

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