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Unintentional Irony

From a Wall Street Journal story on Microsoft's small but growing traction in the mobile operating system market:

As the lines blur between phones, laptop computers and hand-held devices, Microsoft's rivals and others in the technology industry are watching the software maker closely. Some, such as AT&T Wireless and Motorola, see Microsoft as an ally in drawing lucrative business users. Ritch Blasi, a spokesman for AT&T Wireless, says Microsoft software "gives people the closest experience to what they have on their PC."
Now there's a stunning recommendation.


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