Trading floors are already going to flat-panel displays, for example. And health care services like flat panels because CRT emissions can interfere with medical instruments.
More Quotes from Rob Enderle:It's the product launch you look at to see if they got the merger right. This shows they're back up and running and open for business, which is important because in a merger, people forget the company has products and focus on the merger only. So far they haven't broken anything.
In the near term this is not going to have much impact on Microsoft's behavior. The biggest change is what other companies do with Microsoft,
When you've got multiple players going after a property, like anything, you get increased competition and people tend to bid higher.
They didn't miss this time, and there was a lot of concern.
A major brand entering the space is always going to be problematic for anyone who is already there. People are likely to be there shopping and they could easily be pulled into a digital music experience.
Microsoft grew to a point where they thought they were big enough they could weather any storm, ... I think they've been reminded recently that nobody's really big enough.
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