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    Microsoft has been slowly infiltrating Android and iOS mobile devices, but there's one (big) missing piece of the puzzle.
    While Apple is very controlling over how much influence third-party companies can impart its platform, Android is a lot more open. On Android, you can change the default browser to Microsoft Edge, the default assistant to Cortana, and practically switch every feature and service over to a Microsoft-based one, for example (save for Movies & TV ... but that's a whole different debate).

    However, there is one missing piece of the puzzle when it comes to Microsoft's infiltration of iOS and Android — gaming.

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    03-07-2018 12:10 PM

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