Microsoft's OS chief Myerson hedges on getting Android apps on Windows

In a two-part interview with ZDNet, Terry Myerson, Microsoft's (NASDAQ:MSFT) executive vice president of operating systems, wouldn't directly address rumors that the company was looking to get Android apps on Windows Phone, but he said the company was keeping an eye on third parties that are enabling Android on Windows. He added that he isn't bothered by Nokia X phones running on Android because these are Microsoft customers of its apps and services and the company will win them back to Windows. Part 1Part 2

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