Seattletimes writes, "A former Microsoft vice president called out Microsoft for a lack of innovation in a New York Times editorial Thursday."
"Dick Brass, who was a Microsoft executive from 1997 to 2004, dissected how Microsoft's culture stunts innovation and compares the company to General Motors. Ouch. (As in Windows and Office are like General Motors' SUVs and trucks.)"
Here is a link to the editorial.
"With the recent announcement about Apple's iPad, Brass asks the question "... why Microsoft, America's most famous and prosperous technology company, no longer brings us the future ..." He goes on to call Microsoft a "clumsy, uncompetitive innovator."