Windows Mobile revenue increased by 21 percent

Earlier this week, Microsoft announced its latest quarterly report and sales of Windows Mobile software and embedded operating systems. In 2006, Microsoft said Mobile and Embedded Devices saw revenue increases of 44 percent during all of last year, making it the fastest growing division at the company. The past quarter, the division increased revenue by $30 million, or about 21 percent. The unit says it expects unit sales to nearly double this fiscal year to more than 20 million software licenses.

For more on Windows Mobile:
- read this article from the Seattle PI

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