Posts tagged MIX 10
One of the things to admire about the upcoming Windows Phone 7 Series is that it is a pretty powerful and portable gaming device. That’s one thing. But what about a demo or some gaming action that truly shows the performance of the upcoming Windows Mobile iteration. Folks at Engadget were at this when they paid a visit to the MIX10, and captured the gaming experience of the 3D based game Harvest. Video after the jump.
Auto-correct may be one of the oldest and basic functionality that have been implemented for mobile phones. But when you are using a touch screen phone, you want the spell correction and prediction features to be as accurate as possible since saving time is one of your priority and it is annoying to correct the typos . The question which arises here is what kind of auto correct functionality will be built in the upcoming Windows Phone 7 Series? The recently concluded MIX10 had the answer for us in the form of a video which can be seen after the jump.
Want Zune Player on Windows Phone 7? You got it. With the Zune Media player on your Windows Phone 7 Series, you can listen to your favorite tracks any time and at any place. Here is a video demo of the music player that was showcased at the recently concluded MIX10 event. Video after the jump.
Want to use Windows Phone 7 emulator without any restrictions? Well its your lucky day. The Windows Phone 7 emulator ROM rolled out at the MIX10 has been unlocked. The unlocked emulator is available for download which will enables you to see beyond the limits imposed by Microsoft.
It is a widely known fact that Microsoft have announced Windows Phone 7 Series. What should be the next step the Redmondians should take to spread awareness about their next Windows Mobile iteration. Advertisement is the right answer and advertising is what the officials are doing. See the commercial after the jump.
Here we go with another Windows Phone 7 Series item. This time its not all good news especially if you are into clipboard related stuff. According to Engadget, Windows Phone 7 won’t be bringing the basic copy and paste functionality. Sadly this is the official word coming from the Microsoftians at the MIX10 event.
We said that Silverlight 4 announcement was expected at MIX10 and we have been proven right. Microsoft folks have announced the Release Candidate of Silverlight 4 which can also be referred to as Silverlight 4 RC. As always, you just like me would be interested in what’s new in the release candidate of the cross-platform rich experience technology from the Redmondians. This post serves that purpose fully. Download link for Silverlight 4 and related development tools included at the end of the post.
Here we are with another post regarding the Windows Phone 7 Series. Remember the Hubs concept that was first unveiled by Microsoft at the Mobile World Congress. In this post, we will be sharing details about this new feature. More specifically, the Xbox Live Hub which wasn’t talked about much in Barcelona. IntoMobile have been kind enough to publish a video in which Joe Belfiore at MIX10 gives a more detailed explanation of the Games Hub.
Ok, I admit I am addicted to Windows Phone 7 Series. But is it wrong to do so? You tell me. Anyway, here comes another Windows Phone 7 item. Brandon Miniman of Pocketnow has put up a demo of how the Internet Explorer experience would be like on Windows Phone 7 Series phone. Demo video after the jump.
Ever since the announcement of Windows Phone 7 Series at the Mobile World Congress 2010, the question that has captured the attention of the masses is the availability of Windows Phone 7 update for HTC HD2. The answer to this rather simple question has been confusing to say the least, with some saying Yes to the much desired upgrade while others saying no. Microsoft today at MIX10 put an end to all the confusion and gave the definite answer.