Have some time you want to spend checking Mango and Belle out? Well, here’s a video, courtesy Nokia HD Blog.
A Nokia 701 and a HTC Mozart were used for the comparison. Personally, I like Windows Phone Mango. Hopefully, I should have either one (or both) the OSs…
In an important development today, Microsoft has just announced that Skype is now a part of Microsoft.
Skype will now be a business unit of Microsoft, and Tony Bates, Skype’s CEO, will assume the title of President of the Skype division of Microsoft.
“Skype is a phenomenal product and brand that is loved by hundreds of millions of people…
Microsoft today formally launched Windows Phone Mango in India, at an event held in Taj Mahal Hotel, Delhi.
Besides Mango, three devices were launched as well – HTC Radar, Samsung Omnia W and Acer Allegro. The Acer Allegro is the newbie here, as
The guys over at PocketNow have leaked the first ad shots of the Nokia SeaRay aka Nokia 800.
In case you were living in a cave within a cave, the SeaRay/800 will be Nokia’s first Windows Phone, at least that’s what it looks like, at the moment.
It will come with Mango pre-installed.
Umm, I just happened to come across this video on YouTube, a while back, where Nokia CEO Stephen Elop talks about Nokia’s strategy henceforth. For starters, I’m not really sure, but it looks like it’s after the N9 launch in Singapore.
Do note that Elop mentions -S40 Clipper programme …and the underlying Meltemi software effort Delivery and Launch Services – Location and Commerce Deliver differentiation…
Heh, looks like Microsoft’s Canada division could not keep upcoming Nokia Windows Phones under wraps. They’ve leaked the names, to start with. And that’s a start.
The screenshot you see below has four names – two from Samsung, and two from Nokia.
This is getting brilliant. Just as I was about to go sleep, Microsoft’s Corporate Communications leader, Frank Shaw tweeted -
let me boil down the Google statement they gave to @parislemon, from 48 words to 1: Waaaah
Whoever prepared that statement for Google must have passed out by now.
Via Twitter (written on the WordPress mobile app)
This is the same tactic we’ve seen time and again from Microsoft. Failing…
In a major win for Microsoft, Samsung has signed a cross licensing patent deal with Microsoft, today.
Apparently, as the world knows, Google’s Android Operating System infringes upon several patents. And Microsoft has been going around suing and forcing the OEMs who use Android for their smartphones. Acer, HTC and some other companies already pay royalties to Microsoft,…
Oh see, Microsoft has now started rolling out the Mango update to its Windows Phone users, globally, albeit to select handsets.
If your device has got the update, you’ll be notified to download and install it. If yes, then you’d have to connect it to your PC or Mac and install Zune, if you haven’t already, and start the update….
Quick heads up guys, ZTE has launched a Windows Phone Mango device, named Tania. It is the first Mango running device from ZTE, just so you know.
Here are the quick specs:Windows Phone Mango 4.3″ WVGA display Qualcomm Snapdragon 1 GHz Scorpion processor with Adreno 205 GPU 5 MP main camera 4 GB internal memory, 512…
Some cheers for Windows Phone users, Samsung has launched the Omnia W.
The Omnia W runs Windows Phone 7 Mango out of the box, comes with a 3.7″ Super AMOLED display, a 1.4 GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 205 GPU. There’s 512 MB RAM to help you switch between those few apps.
And then, there’s a 5 MP…