The winner of a recent Startup Weekend on Microsoft’s campus didn’t build anything for Windows, no, but software for an iPhone, Engadget informs.

Microsoft hosted a gathering of developers on its campus recently, offering developers access to its own development tools. The only snag was the winning app was designed for an iPhone. Learn That Name, a name recognition memory game, was voted best app in show.


Do you remember the days when Microsoft’s Zune team had an iPod amnesty bin in their entrance hall, in an attempt to convince company staff to dump their Apple product in favor of Zune?

Perhaps Microsoft is starting to acknowledge the ubiquity of Apple’s mobile platform.


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