Microsoft Does Not Innovate

February 4, 2006 at 3:42 pm | Posted in Macintosh | Leave a comment

Despite what the Microsoft spin doctors and marketing will tell you, they simply cannot innovate. Jason Cross at ExtremeTech has reluctantly switched to the Apple/iPod system despite its closed nature simply because Microsoft and their PlaysForSure partners have not delivered the kind of experience that Apple provides.

He talks to MS people who have simply no answers to his questions regarding Podcasting, sharing, and video, all features currently available from Apple. This is the key quote that proves that Microsoft is nothing more than a talentless copycat with no taste, and more importantly, no imagination:

Microsoft should be aiming at where they think Apple will be in a year. Instead, their next-generation music offering seems to be striving to do 80% of what iTunes already offers.

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