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Equipped with email, Internet and Microsoft Office Mobile, Windows Phone is effectively an office in a phone. But how useful could it be in an emergency situation when no laptop or tablet alternative is available?
Microsoft has outdone other mobile phone OS providers by embracing homebrew development. The result of this is the ChevronWP7 unlock tool, which for just $9 automates the unlocking of your device to enable you to sideload homebrew apps!
Microsoft’s new mobile phone platform has recently been enhanced with the Mango update, but recent figures show that it still isn’t a particularly attractive option when Android and iPhone handsets are also available…
In the USA, the Windows Phone advertising strategy seems to be restricted to bundling the unique platform with the everyday tools found in other Microsoft products – but in Europe things are different thanks to the launch of the Nokia Lumia 800 and 710 devices.
Designed to allow users to sync data between devices, the ActiveSync software can be found in many guises, from the desktop application used with the old Windows Mobile platform to the new, device-only software on Windows Phones. Its use is more widespread than these phones, however…
The Nokia Lumia 710 is set for release in 2011, with emerging markets its main target as the Finnish mobile phone giant pushes on with its adoption of Windows Phone as the primary operating system for its devices.
From social networking to Microsoft Office, music and videos to gaming, tethering and updating your handset, there are plenty of things you can do with a Windows Phone. We’ve got everything you need to get started using one of these fantastic devices right here.
Stop kicking around on the web trying to work out when your Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update is going to arrive. Head outside and enjoy the weather, watch some sports or play a game. When it comes, Mango will certainly have been worth the wait!
The Windows Phone platform offers a unique mobile gaming experience thanks to integration with Xbox LIVE – but is Microsoft doing enough to push this? Could they be letting their mobile platform down by not developing the gaming experience further with online multiplayer and other enhancements?
In the first version of Windows Phone the messaging tool was restricted to SMS and MMS. With the release of Windows Phone 7.5 Mango this has been enhanced, with Windows Live Messenger, Facebook chat and voice recognition added and combined for a single, complete conversation experience!
With the release of Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango”, there are now four great ways to install apps and games onto your phone: the Marketplace Hub, via Zune, sideloading and with the new browser-based Marketplace!