Editor's note: this is the second part in a series of stories on the behind-the-scenes efforts by Microsoft to bring Windows Phone 7 to market.
REDMOND, Wash.--Not far away, there's a town called Selah that has become something of a rallying cry for the 15 or so people gathered in a windowless conference room on Microsoft's sprawling corporate campus here.
Selah is known for its apple processing business. It's a place where they, literally, crush apples. Crushing Apple is something at which Microsoft used to excel, at least until the iPod and the iPhone came … Read more