Microsoft has found a powerful incentive to get people to use Windows Mobile--at least those within its own ranks.
The software maker has stopped paying for cellular data plans for those using BlackBerries, iPhones and all manner of non-Microsoft devices.
Although the move took place earlier this year, it is only making headlines now, thanks to an article on Silicon Alley Insider.
It's hardly a shocking move. Lots of companies standardize on a particular mobile operating system or two and limit reimbursements to those devices.
A Microsoft representative confirmed on Monday that "the data plan reimbursement for Microsoft … Read more