Much is made of the so-called "death of Windows phones" throughout the community and the tech media. On one hand, we have no more Lumia phones coming, and third-party efforts have all but dried up. On the other, Microsoft hasn't actually said, well, anything, really. No news is good news, right?
This very topic is the meat of a great discussion right now in the Windows Central Forums:
The opening thread goes on into a lot of detail, but it seems to have hit a nerve and is sparking quite the discussion. Hit the forums thread linked below and have your say.
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