Picture yourself back in the 2006 holiday season: if you were a geek, you were most likely struggling with your Windows Vista upgrade (those were the days!) and dreaming of owning that then-brand-new smartphone. More likely than not, it had a physical keyboard, had a rudimentary built-in web browser and definitely not a multi-touch display. When the iPhone first launched, the whole smartphone space was taken into a whole different direction.
Yes you read that right ! Its official now, and its happening. Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop has announced partnership with Microsoft on bringing Windows Phone 7 as the primary smartphone platform to its handsets. Joining him on-stage was Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer.
Make FaceTime-like Video Calls from iPhone 4 to Android, Symbian, Windows 7, Mac OS X and Vice Versa
Remember when we posted a rumor that FaceTime would soon be coming to OS X and Windows? Our wishes have been answered in a mega way, sort of.
The era of PCs which we have so used to grown up on is vanishing fast. Mobile phones today have become more personal devices than they ever have been in the past. Its amazing to see how in the last few years mobile phones evolved with great strides.