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HTC excluded from new version of Windows - report

Thursday 7 June 2012 | 09:32 CET | News
HTC is being shut out of the introduction of Microsoft's next Windows software, people with knowledge of the matter told Bloomberg. Microsoft locked out HTC from the development of products using Windows 8/RT on concern that HTC doesn't sell enough devices or have ample experience making tablets, according to the sources. An HTC spokesman said the company intends to support future versions of Windows and isn't commenting on the details of its product plans, while Microsoft said HTC remains a strong partner. HTC engineers reportedly wanted to build a Windows device with a customized home

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Countries: World
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