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After years of rumors, Microsoft has finally acquired cross-platform mobile development company Xamarin. Xamarin allows developers to create native Android, iOS, and Windows apps with one code base.
A new report claims that Microsoft is in talks to either acquire or become a major investor in Xamarin, a San Francisco-based company that offers tools to make iOS and Android apps in C#