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Old 09-06-2012, 12:13 PM   #20
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HTC’s strong pipeline of upcoming products is also keeping it optimistic. “HTC is extremely bullish on Windows Phone 8 and we’re going big,” Mackenzie said. “We’re going big on it and it has nothing to do with our position on Android, we’re going big on Android, too. We can compete aggressively with Android and Windows Phone at the same time. They are complementary and there’s an opportunity for us to be leaders in both platforms.”
http://www.technobuffalo.com/compani...ere-going-big/

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Verizon Wireless will be selling multiple Windows Phone 8 devices in the fourth quarter, CNET has learned.

The nation's largest carrier hasn't been the most enthusiastic partner to Microsoft and the Windows Phone platform, but Verizon appears to be more bullish.

"We'll sell multiple Windows Phones in the fourth quarter," Verizon Chief Marketing Officer Tami Erwin told CNET.
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Getting a new Windows Phone on to Verizon is important because it's the nation's largest wireless carrier, opening up a potentially large base customers to the platform.
http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-575...-phones-in-q4/
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