Windows everywhere, or Windows nowhere? What is Microsoft's "single ecosystem"?

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Q: At Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference last week, Andy Lees, President of the Windows Phone Division, said that Microsoft was building a "single ecosystem" for PCs, phones, tablets, and the TV. With Apple's new operating system named simply OS X Lion—no "Mac"—is Microsoft thinking it's time for a name change? Just what, exactly, do you think Microsoft's "single ecosystem" is? What will it look like? How will it work? What will the purpose be?
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