Rumors that Microsoft's next incarnation of its smartphone platform might not support the current hardware lineup have sent a ripple of anger, confusion and incredulity through the Windows Phone community.
Is Microsoft getting ready to reboot its smartphone platform again? And if so, why?
Microsoft is no stranger to such a move that invariably leaves customers who took a chance on the current platform out in the cold. Microsoft has done it twice in the past few years. Two months following the release of the Kin mobile platform, Microsoft abruptly pulled the plug
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