DailyTech - Following Jim Allchin's announced retirement, Microsoft this week made the announcement that Zune evangelist Bryan Lee submitted his resignation. The announcement was made internally with Lee's message that he was leaving the software giant to "pursue personal interests." Despite his plans to leave, Lee will stay in his role as corporate vice president of Microsoft's entertainment and devices division for several more weeks. In his place, Microsoft will appoint J Allard, its corporate vice president of the design and development, entertainment and devices division. Allard is responsible for both Microsoft's Zune and Xbox gaming console.