The mobile phone market is certainly not for the faint-hearted. There's a slew of legal tussles going on, firms battling it out for market share, and innovation and creativity leading the charge in the brave new world of mobile computing.
Microsoft is in the thick of it, the company's Windows Phone 7 platform still trying to gain traction as it touts new features in the Mango update and teams up with Nokia to boost market share.
However, there's clearly more to come from Microsoft, as a mysterious and tantalising job advert on the firm's site reveals.
"We are a team working on a top secret project inside the Windows Phone division. Our mission ... GO BIG! DISRUPT THE MARKET!" it reads.
Wow, capatilisation. It must be important. Perhaps it's for a tablet? Does 'GO BIG!' mean an increase in size, or an increased market share? What could disrupt the market, aside from another legal case? So many questions.
Details remain vague thereafter, but there's some wishy-washy stuff about what the role might entail, and then more outlandish claims on a scale that would make Microsoft's ebullient chief executive proud.
"In this role you would be on point to work with product planning, design, UX research and the feature team to glue pieces of feature together and build delighting user experiences," it adds.
"Come make our product sing to customers! It's a chance to see your work showcased by millions of customers for years to come!"
Those interested should get their applications in quick. A job ad this full of hyperbole is bound to be popular.
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