Video shows the BlackBerry PlayBook running Windows Phone
Well, as fate would have it, the two are actually intertwined with one another, seeing that one curious Dutch developer decided to marry the two. Specifically, he managed to "port" over the Windows Phone OS onto RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook – and for those curious enough, there’s even a video to show off how it’s running on the tablet.
Interestingly enough, it’s not actually a hack that enabled the Dutch developer to do this, but rather, people point out that it’s basically running Microsoft’s web-based Windows Phone emulator within the PlayBook’s web browser – with the reading mode enabled. So yeah, it’s cool and all, but don’t expect to actually see Microsoft even thinking about developing something like this. Instead, we can all look forward to tablets running the full experience with Windows 8 in the near future.
2. 7thspaceman posted on 17 May 2012, 11:56 1 0
Folks I know you might think I'm Crazy but I think that microsoft could make some money if they made an APP that they could sell to Andriod users that gives them a Legal Mertro tile start screen an Android user would have their regulsar user screens so they could do things the way they are used to doing on an Android smart phone but one of their screens is converted to a Legal Microsofr Metro tile screen to USE that kind of interface when they want to. Hmm Microsoft want to make some money make a Metro screen APP for Andriod you're a software maKER/ seller so this is right up you alley.