Gizmondo makes sense out of Vista-sucessor Vienna
With Vista pushed out the doors like an unwanted teenager, Microsoft ist allready working on Windows Vienna, planned for 2009.
Unfortunately, the comments of Ben Fathi, corporate vice president of development with Microsoft’s Windows Core Operating System Division, do not make much sense:
We’re going to look at a fundamental piece of enabling technology. Maybe its hypervisors, I don’t know what it is […] Maybe it’s a new user interface paradigm for consumers […] It’s too early for me to talk about it […] But over the next few months I think you’re going to start hearing more and more.
Gizmondos management summary:
The end user is F&*#ed.