Tech enthusiasts who have been flummoxed by Microsoft's slower-than-molasses reactions to new market trends such as motion gaming (Wii, 2006) smartphones (iPhone, 2007), and tablet computing (iPad, 2010) got a bit of good news this week: According to a Bloomberg report
, the software giant is finally porting its Windows operating
system to non-PC, thin and light hardware systems, opening up core product line to a new generation of devices.
Halleluiah! Did Microsoft just get its mojo back?