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Windows phones get Mango makeover

Microsoft offers glimpse into the operating system that will feature in its Nokia handsets later this year.

 

Windows Phone 7 Series: Everything You Need to Know

Windows Phone 7 Series: Everything You Need to Know

Devices running Windows Phone 7 Series software won't hit store shelves until later this year, but Microsoft recently offered a peek into the upcoming OS at its MIX10 conference for developers and Web designers.

 

Microsoft and Google are the good guys, Apple not so much

Now before all the Apple fan boys take a jab at this. Read this through. Anyone who likes competition and choice should root for Microsoft and Google.

 

In Defense of Windows Mobile 6.5 Or Why It's Better than the IPhone and Palm Pre

In Defense of Windows Mobile 6.5 Or Why It's Better than the IPhone and Palm Pre

I don't understand why there's all this hate towards the new release of Windows Mobile 6.5. First of all, there's a reason why it's called 6.5. It's just a partial upgrade, not a full upgrade like Windows Mobile 7 is supposed to be. Nonetheless, 6.5's sole purpose was to make the device more finger-friendly. And for that purpose, it succeeds.

 

Windows Mobile 6.5 Arrives, Mostly Disappoints

Windows Mobile 6.5 Arrives, Mostly Disappoints

The reviews of Microsoft's new mobile OS, Windows Mobile 6.5, are in -- and none of them are glowing. It seems that Windows Mobile 6.5 is more of a superficial cosmetic overhaul, not a bona fide upgrade capable of handling the mobile market's stiff ...

 

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.

 

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.

 

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