Category: Windows Phone 7
Windows Phone boss Andy Lees sees the latest version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system as the answer to big problems facing iOS and Android, the two most popular mobile operating systems on the planet. In an interview with The Seattle Times, Lees pitched Windows Phone 7.5 — affectionately known as “Mango” — as the answer [...]
Microsoft has developed the web based version of its Windows Phone Marketplace application store. The web based store’s launch coincides with the release of the much awaited Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update which brings more than 500 features to Microsoft’s fledgling mobile operating system. The platform features more than 30,000 apps divided into 16 categories. [...]
Efforts are now under way to take as much smartphone market share as possible away from the major manufacturers like Google and Apple as Microsoft releases its latest mobile OS called Windows Phone 7.5 Mango on almost all WP7 handsets. The changes that Microsoft has made to its new WP Mango OS are being seen [...]
The nice little Nokia Windows Phone 7 device that Stephen Elop leaked in a boardroom a few weeks ago has gotten the Candid camera treatment from what looks like the factory floor running a version of WP7 Mango which is not for resale.
Android Still first in OS usage, iPhone top device, Windows Phone 7 largest impressions gain – report
So not surprisingly, Android is still the top dog when it comes to overall mobile OS market Share with for the 7th straight month now at 54%, with Apple’s iOS behind it at 26%.
Microsoft has been keeping the lid on exactly when they would be launching Windows Phone 7.5 Mango updates to the world of smartphones, and we’ve all been quite curious when this is happening as it looks like an awesome OS.
Microsoft has lifted the veil on a few new handsets that we’ll see shortly for Windows Phone 7 Mango. The devices are from Samsung, Acer, Fujitsu and ZTE.
Looks like the mobile marketshare is being dominated by Android again as Chitika reports its findings, although there isn’t any timeframe indicated for these to reflect from, we just have to guess that it’s recent.
True 4G/LTE has finally launched in Canada via Rogers. We had first heard of this back in February this year, and were very excited to see that Canada wasn’t going to be left in the dust for wireless technology