every iteration of WinPhone has abandoned its users to no upward compatibility and no further support
Most Android phones are also not getting a lot of longtime support without damaging the platform. To the contrary - Android is growing quite nicely.
The biggest feature is probably the one least talked about, and that is Gatekeeper. It's pseudo-iOS-like, because by default it only allows apps from "identified" developers to run on your system, but when you try to run an unsigned app it lets you know how to turn it off. It should be noted that "identified" does not mean App Store only, though obviously App Store developers are "identified".
And if Gatekeeper is on it is still possible to start an unsigned app by right-clicking it and selecting "Open" from the context-menu. Doing this once will mark it as "safe".
Nokia has today announced the appointment of Chris Weber as President of Nokia Inc. (US), and head of Markets, North America as of February 11, 2011. Chris Weber comes to Nokia from his own consulting business focused on helping companies develop world class sales cultures. He is a Microsoft veteran, who during his 16 years with the company held several senior executive positions in sales, marketing and professional services.
And what if you had a dedicated game controller app installed?
The truth is, Apple is a marketing based company even more than Microsoft is.
However Microsoft spends nearly thrice the number on marketing.
Yes, MS is a software company... and yet, they don't lock down any of the software options within their operating systems.
But they do. The Xbox 360 is locked down and software can only be installed if it passes certification from Xbox LIVE.
or [Apple is] a PR company, more concerned with convincing you to buy something, than with the actual nature product.
Apple only spends about a third of the marketing budget that MS expends.
I want two or three mouse buttons.
If you click the touchpad with two fingers instead of one, you will get the "secondary click". Thats Apple's fancy name for a right click.
A man is known by the company he organizes. -- Ambrose Bierce