A Microsoft Store for Sugar Land?

A MICROSOFT STORE FOR SUGAR LAND? Chron tech guy Dwight Silverman zooms in on Microsoft COO Kevin Turner’s map showing the 75 new retail stores the software company plans to open in the next 2 to 3 years. And yes, that sure looks like a tiny Windows flag flying somewhere Sugar Land-ish. (The flag over the red dot indicates the store Microsoft opened last month in the Galleria, the company’s first Texas location.) A Microsoft spokesperson hedges on the map, saying it’s only “representative of the types” of locations that might be considered. But Silverman doesn’t buy it: “Given that Turner offered a very specific number in his speech, and the locations on the map seem to be specific as well, I suspect this is more than just a case of the ‘mights.'” [TechBlog; previously on Swamplot] Image: Microsoft

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  • Likely First Colony Mall, maybe one of the unoccupied storefronts outside, just a stone’s throw from the Apple store?

  • Oh no way! That’s so interesting, I can’t wait to go check out the Micr(THUMP)


  • Another great place to shop for those of us who haven’t been turned into a Steve Jobs zombie and can still think for ourselves.