Microsoft says its new Windows phones are being embraced by carriers and consumers, who also are seeking mobile applications. The company says it may one day use Intel chips with an eye on driving sales in China with lower prices. "The sales trends are there for Windows Phone," Microsoft's Greg Sullivan says.
Microsoft cites momentum for its smartphones
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