Microsoft founder and chairman Bill Gates has admitted the obvious: Microsoft's beginning strategy for mobile phones was a failure. When asked why it failed, he had this to say: "That's too complicated."
Gates said that during an interview with Charlie Rose for CBS This Morning and 60 Minutes. In the interview, he also said that Microsoft under Steve Ballmer's leadership has not created enough technological "breakthroughs," although he also lauded Ballmer's efforts.
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