Myerson's new team is charged with creating the Windows Phone, Windows and Xbox One operating systems powering Microsoft's phone, tablet/PC and TV/console systems. Before being named Executive Vice President of the OS unit, Myerson was head of the Windows Phone engineering team.
It's not clear whether DeVaan, Leblond and George will stay with the company or leave, according to contacts of mine who asked not to be identified. However, the Internet Explorer team, which is still headed by Dean Hachamovitch, is part of Myerson's new org, though it's still a bit unclear to whom Hachamovitch will report directly, I hear.
As first reported by AllThingsD this week, Myerson also has chosen a mix of managers to head up the multidisciplinary teams inside the new OS org. Joe Belfiore is going to head up a cross PC-phone-tablets team. Marc Whitten will head up the TV and large screen team, which also includes Xbox Live. And Chris Jones will head up OS services -- which in this new org, include SkyDrive.