Microsoft Corp. is giving people with regular cell phones access to the same kinds of programs that smart phone owners have embraced, reports the Associated Press. Microsoft's OneApp software, announced Aug. 24, is aimed at developing countries where so-called "feature phones" and prepaid systems are prevalent. Microsoft's first partner is Blue Label Telecoms Group of South Africa, which sells prepaid cell phone minutes. In a few weeks, Blue Label customers will be able to download OneApp just as they would get a new ring tone. OneApp will come with a pre-selected set of about a dozen programs, including Facebook, Twitter,...

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