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Microsoft CTO lauds iPod

David Vaskevitch, Microsoft’s chief technology officer, this week praised his iPod in front of an audience of IT directors and developers. “Vaskevitch, who reports directly to chairman Bill Gates and is responsible for developing a strategy and architecture for future Microsoft platforms, was speaking on a discussion panel on wireless devices at the user and developer conference in San Francisco on Tuesday,” reports ZDNet UK. “According to Vaskevitch, he carries an Apple iPod, a Research in Motion’s BlackBerry email device and a digital camera when traveling because each device is tailored to specific job, and does that job very well.”

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