Microsoft sees phones as the future of Windows RT

One of the big changes in Microsoft’s recent reorg is the merging of the traditional Windows business with Windows Phone. While Microsoft has long promised a “common app platform” between the two, the company has placed Terry Myerson, former Windows Phone chief, in charge of the newly formed operating systems group. Myerson took to the stage during Microsoft’s financial analysts meeting yesterday to detail his thoughts on the future of Windows RT and a promise of common apps and developer tools across Windows and Windows Phone.

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