The Economist: Microsoft’s greatest challenge, like IBM’s before it, could be internal: how to transform itself.

I think this is true, Microsoft’s arrogant culture is way too ingrained to the company that it simply can’t be changed.

The Register also has an article on Palm versus and why (Palm believes) PocketPC will fail: Manufacturers going the Microsoft way therefore have little scope for differentiation, are forced to compete on price, and will get killed. Not that many of them are doing so - while the already-anointed PC ringwraiths have moved into the PocketPC market, the handset companies have looked at the model, looked at the history books and beaten a swift retreat.