It's been a bad few months for all involved with Nokia. A new head-honcho in Stephen Elop, a deal with Microsoft to use Windows Phone 7 that threatened to split the company in two and a lack of any kind of roadmap for the future have all caused many pundits to write off the once proud Finish mobile phone manufacturer. But things might, just might be on the up for Nokia.
The ChevronWP7 Windows Phone 7 unlocking team have announced a new, low cost way for developers to unlock devices in an attempt to remove one of the barriers to entry for independent devs.
Totally unsure if this is true or a trick but the bigger question is why would you ever want to do it? If you're an HTC and Android fan boy, how about you opt for phones which offer similar hardware, specs and come out with an Android OS like Desire HD, EVO 4G or Incredible S?
Microsoft has finally rolled out the much awaited Windows Phone 7 update, dubbed “NoDo”, for all Windows Phone 7 users, which among other improvements, brings copy/paste functionality to Windows Phone 7 devices.
Own an iPhone or iPod touch but always liked the look of Windows Phone 7's Zune music interface? Now you can have the best of both worlds, thanks to a new app from Dr. Wilson Gaming, called Muzik.
When Microsoft pushed out its pre-update, err, update they didn't expect any issues. Granted it was the first update to the fledgling mobile OS but what could possibly go wrong? Turns out, quite a bit. Reports of users having their handsets 'bricked' during the update are rife across the web, with Samsung's hardware apparently suffering more than others.
Now the guys 'n' gals over at Nokia are getting chummy with Microsoft all eyes are on the Finnish phone giant to see what happens next. Well, what happens next is our friends over at Engadget get their hands on some pictures of the first Nokia concept phones to run Windows Phone 7.
Microsoft sold over 2 million Windows Phone 7 (WP7) powered devices during the last quarter according to Greg Sullivan, senior product manager at Microsoft.
With the team behind Windows Phone 7 jailbreaking app ChevronWP7 meeting Microsoft earlier this week, many wondered what the future would hold for the homebrew scene. Now though, developers Rafael Rivera, Chris Walsh, and Long Zheng have broken cover to help allay everyone's fears, writes GeekSmack.
Its official now. The sales figures of the new Windows Phone 7 platform is out! Microsoft has managed to sell over 1.5 million different handsets running Windows Phone 7 OS.