After years of eyeing the modern smartphone market from the vantage point of a lesser contender, Microsoft last month re-entered the arena with the launch of its Kin One and Two handsets, which it hopes will be more heavyweight competitors to established options.
To this point, Microsoft has only provided the operating software for other devices, but its Kin - with a vital touch screen and slide-out keyboards - has entered the market in a niche...
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