Microsoft is trying to gain market share in the smartphone industry, with it’s Windows Phone 7 platform. They have appointed a new head of the phone division, Terry Myerson, to replace Andy Lees, who led the group from 2009 to today. Lees will move to a new role working with the phone and PC side (no official title released, yet).
Let’s hope the new man at the reigns can help bring the Windows Phone 7 to where it belongs: at the top. For those that haven’t tried the WP7, go into a cell store and check one out. They are very fast, responsive and feature filled. Definitely a lot better than the competitors at most things.