Are applications a fundamental part of a mobile operating system?
100,000 applications are nothing. Or at least they are not important for an operating system to succeed on a mobile phone. Do you believe it?
That's what Ray Ozzie of Microsoft thinks. For him, the number of applications available for a mobile operating system does not have the importance given to it in the market. It does not have it for the simple fact that it is easier to carry the same than in the case of desktop software and because what is important is already integrated into the serial system.
Regardless, this week it was announced that Windows Marketplace, its app store, is now available for Windows Mobile 6 and 6.1.
However, your bet seems to revolve around the cloud. In fact, the final version of Windows Azure has been presented, its platform for developing applications on the web.
So with these premises we ask you: