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Microsoft to Pit Windows Mobile 6.5 and 7 Against One Another?

According to Digitimes, Microsoft will be using a "dual-platform" strategy to compete with Android and the iPhone. 6.5, due to be rolled out October 1, will stay alive just to compete with Android, while WinMo 7 will compete with the iPhone.

 

Microsoft and Nokia form alliance to rival RIM

Microsoft and Nokia form alliance to rival RIM

Microsoft Corp and Nokia announced an alliance on Wednesday to bring advanced business software to smartphones in a bid to counter the dominance of Research in Motion Ltd's Blackberry device.

 

Palm Opens the Mojo SDK For All, New Pre Apps Forthcoming

Prepare yourself for the onslaught of tip calculators and flashlights, friends, because the Mojo SDK for Pre's WebOS is out and ready to rock. You can download it right here and start coding immediately, if not sooner.

Our major beef thus far has been the Pre's fairly sparse app store and this promises to open things up considerably.

 

Google's Social-networkng 'Hero' Mobile Set to Topple iPhone

Google's Social-networkng 'Hero' Mobile Set to Topple iPhone

Google are expected to unveil a social-networking mobile phone today, which integrates online-sharing sites Twitter and Facebook and Flickr into its software.

 

Intel And Nokia Announce Open Source Mobile Partnership

Intel And Nokia Announce Open Source Mobile Partnership

The two will work hand in hand to develop common technologies for use in the Moblin and Maemo platform projects, which will deliver Linux-based operating systems for these future mobile computing devices.

 

HTC to Sell Google Android-Based Phone

HTC plans to start selling a smartphone based on Google's Android operating system next month in China, the first such Google-based phone in the world's biggest wireless market.

 

Microsoft opens up mobile backup application to all

Microsoft is now letting anyone download My Phone, a mobile data backup program for Windows Mobile devices, which was released in February as an invitation-only beta.

 

iPhone Software 3.0 may offer voice control, dialing

A new report is backing rumors of Voice Dialing support inside betas of Apple's iPhone 3.0 Software but adds that capability may be just one of several features included in a new Voice Services framework that may also facilitate voice control of the new OS.

 

Android Versus iPhone 3.0: The Showdown

Android Versus iPhone 3.0: The Showdown

You already know what you get in iPhone 2.0, you've heard about what you get in iPhone 3.0. Let's see how those features stack up against Android's current release and its upcoming update (called "Cupcake") feature by feature.

 

Apple Goes Back to Basics

Apple Goes Back to Basics

The next generation of iPhone software allows users to cut and paste text between applications.

 

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