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Posted by on Jul 12, 2012 in Companies | 0 comments

Amazon tab to another former director of Windows Phone … To work on your smartphone?

Amazon tab to another former director of Windows Phone ... To work on your smartphone?

If not enough rumors that have circulated these days about the plans that have to launch its own smartphone, now the guys from The Verge outlined that the U.S. e-commerce giant has just signed a former manager, who before moving the company would have been nothing more and nothing less, than in the Windows Phone.

How he knew this new signing from Amazon? Nothing more and nothing less than Twitter, the love of human beings to use geolocation software to tell the world where we are and LinkedIn: Robert Williams, former Director of Microsoft in the Windows development team Phone, did a ckeck in at Amazon’s headquarters accompanied by the phrase “At work” as in Wingadgetnews.com we confirm your Twitter profile @robwill53 as we see in the image below:

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When looking at your LinkedIn profile is found that Williams has gone to work on Amazon, apparently in its app store … or in the development of Amazon Mobile? It’s complicated, because the Amazon may well want to experience Williams to optimize your app store, but seeing your Twitter bio in which claims to be working on a “Draft programs secret” ends of fanning the rumors like wildfire on the Web

In the end all I smell a marketing campaign to generate increased excitement … it was said that some time would Amazon moving later this year, will it be to match the new iPhone? Do you dare to make a bet?

Link: Another Windows Phone Executive Robert Williams Leaves Microsoft For Amazon (via Wingadgetnews.com The Verge )

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