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October 11, 2010 at 1:53 PM

Live chat about Windows Phone 7 on Monday at noon

NEW YORK — Thank you to everyone for joining me for the live chat Monday at noon from New York on the Windows Phone 7 launch.

I got kicked off at the end by the network, but our SeattleTimes.com producer closed it up.

A correction to a comment I made during the live chat. It was Verizon’s chief operating officer, not chief executive officer as I mistakenly wrote during the chat, who made the lukewarm comments about Microsoft at CTIA last week.

Here is the replay below.

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