The Economist on Microsoft

[Original Link] Neil McIntosh quotes from the Economist’s leader about the problems with Microsoft:

“Isn’t this simply a matter of Microsoft competing vigorously? The strange thing is that its products invariably succeed in PC-based markets where the dominance of Windows provides an advantage… in other markets that have nothing to do with PCs, such as mobile phones, set-top boxes and games consoles, the company is far less successful. Odd, that.”

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