Microsoft aims for ease, not storage with "MyPhone"

04/8/2009 | Reuters

Microsoft's upcoming MyPhone file-sharing service will compete with Nokia's "Share on Ovi" by making it easier for consumers running Windows software to access, back up and send photos and other data to friends and family, according to industry observers. But the simplicity comes at a price: MyPhone will hold just 200 megabytes of data and lacks some features that Nokia offers customers.

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