Microsoft to reduce smartphone production after 7,800 job cuts

Dan Worth
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Firm to target three key areas with future devices

Microsoft will reduce the number of smartphones it produces in an acknowledgement that its past efforts to gain smartphone market share have failed. The move comes after Microsoft confirmed on Wednesday...

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