Windows Phone and Zune devices engineering runs by Terry Myerson

Just hours ahead of its Windows Phone 7 Series unveiling on Feb 15 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Microsoft is making public information about some of the new bosses running things there. First up is newly minted CVP Windows Phone Engineering “Terry Myerson”. According to information published on Feb 12, Myerson is the lead […]

Just hours ahead of its Windows Phone 7 Series unveiling on Feb 15 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Microsoft is making public information about some of the new bosses running things there. First up is newly minted CVP Windows Phone Engineering “Terry Myerson”. According to information published on Feb 12, Myerson is the lead of the team delivering “the software at the heart of Windows Phones and Zune devices, including the user interface, applications, supporting web services, and the operating system.” Windows Compact Edition already is “at the heart” of both Windows Mobile phones and Zune HD devices. But the wording of Myerson’s bio leads to believe there’s even more synergy between these groups. Hello “Zune Phone” (aka Windows Phone 7 offerings running Zune music/video services….? Windows Phone 7 increasingly is sounding like the new name for Windows Mobile 7.

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