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A Chinese site XDA.cn has shared an image of what is supposedly HTC’s upcoming Windows Phone 7 handset. HTC Ignite is the name of the handset under the spotlight the specs of which are a bit skeptical. More on this after the jump.
Surprised? Well you are not the only one with an astonished look. According to The Next Web, around 877,000 Windows Phone 7 smartphones were sold alone in February.
We told you that this was going to happen didn’t we? Microsoft as expected has launched version 9 of Internet Explorer which in case you forget is world’s most used web browser. According to Microsoft, IE9 will give you the best experience of the Web on Windows, a claim which needs to be put to test by you.
Microsoft has been mum about providing a concrete release date for NoDo, Windows Phone 7 first real update. Well you don’t need to wait for the update to rollout anymore as XDA has leaked out the No Donuts ROM just for your Windows Phone 7 device.
This week has been all about Tablets or iPad 2 to be precise. So how about we remain on the Tablet subject but talk about something other than the Apple’s newest Apple Tablet? According to an unnamed source familiar with Microsoft’s plans, the Redmondians will be offering a demo preview of Windows 8 Tablet interface in the month of June.
Those who own Windows Phone 7 powered smartphones might have gone happy for a moment when the “An update is available” screen appeared on their handset. But the smile went away pretty quickly when they found that the installed update didn’t bring the much awaited copy and paste functionality, which brings us to the title of the post. Why did this happen? We have the answer awaiting you after the break.
[Image Credit: Winrumors]
Ever since Nokia announced Windows Phone 7 as its strategic platform, one question has been on the top of many inquiring minds – when will Nokia’s first Windows Phone device go live? Based on the conversation The Guardian had with Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop and other Nokia representatives, it seems that we may or may not see Nokia’s debutant smartphone announced in 2011.
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.