Windows Phone 7
Proud owners of Windows Phone 7 powered smartphones will be pleased to know that the increasingly popular Angry Birds game is coming to their handset at a yet to be announced date and time.
One of the the things that I was really looking forward to and was extremely excited about the ongoing Mobile World Congress show was Microsoft CEO’s keynote in the event. And boy Steve Ballmer and Co didn’t disappoint when they took the stage. The Redmondians have announced what some predicted – Kinect support for Windows Phone 7. Demo video available after the break.
We had a feeling Nokia may announce the arrival date for their first Windows Phone 7 smartphone at the Mobile World Congress, which is now live in Barcelona as we speak and we haven’t been let down. Nokia’s Jo Harlow while attending a capacity crowd hinted at the release date for their first Windows Phone 7 and no it’s not 2012.
According to Mobile Tech World and their unnamed source, Microsoft will be unveiling their next version of Windows Phone 7 hardware requirements when Steve Ballmer delivers his keynote speech at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this Monday.
Well Well Well! What we have here. Less than 24 hours have gone by since Microsoft and Nokia announced their strategic partnership, which we believe will be of some benefit to you, and we already have an image showing what Nokia manufactured Windows Phone 7 will look like.
Everyone is talking about today’s big news – Nokia adopting Windows Phone 7. You too may have heard about Microsoft forming a strategic alliance with Finlanders which besides other things will see Nokia’s manufactured smartphones running Windows Phone 7. But the question is what perks should you expect from this deal? We attempt to answer this very important question after the break.
Windows Phone 7 users have one question on the top of their mind – When will Microsoft roll out NoDo, the first update for Windows Phone 7? Thanks to Neowin, we now have the answer to this question but it’s not one you will be all excited to hear. Multiple sources have revealed that the overly due update has been delayed and won’t be coming any earlier than 8th March.
The geeky developers at XDA surely know how to make it to the headlines don’t they? Heathcliff74, a hacker at XDA forum has done what some of you might have wished for – made HTC Hub play nicely with the non HTC manufactured Windows Phone 7 powered devices.
Microsoft has been mum about the Windows Phone 7 sales number. The only thing we know so far in that regard is that the Redmondians have sold around 1.5M handsets and that to retailers. This prompted The Next Web folks to put on their thinking cap which resulted in an interesting conclusion of Microsoft’s reaching the 2 million Windows Phone 7 handset sold landmark. How did they reach this count? Find the answer after the jump.
Well Well Well! What we have here? Steve Ballmer, in his CES 2011 keynote did touch the Windows Phone 7 update topic but did not provide a release date for the first firmware update. Thanks to BGR’s smart piece of work, we know have a release date: No Donuts, or NoDo as it is being called will be landing on your handset during the current month.