How Sony Ericsson Made Windows Nicer

When the handset maker created a new user interface for its Windows-based phone, Microsoft first said 'No, no, no'but then relented

With Sony Ericsson's inaugural Windows Mobile device set to be launched in the coming days, the handset maker has revealed that it had to convince Microsoft to embrace plans to make the Windows interface more user-friendly.

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