Posts Tagged ‘Windows Phone 7.5’

With the Symbian OS having been swiftly eclipsed in the battle of the mobile operating systems, Finnish outfit Nokia is trying to reinvent itself via Microsoft’s Windows Phone interface.

Continue reading... »

Only a few days have passed since Microsoft’s Eric Hautala blogged regarding news of Mango, the latest update to the company’s Windows Mobile operating system.

Continue reading... »

Ever since Windows Phone 7.5 was finalized back in July, we’ve all been wondering when the system would finally find its way onto consumer smartphones in an official capacity. According to a new report, that might be just a few days away, on September 15th.

Continue reading... »

Two couple of months ago, Microsoft announced that the next version of Windows Phone, codenamed ‘Mango’, had been finalized, yet no devices running earlier versions of the system have officially obtained ‘Mango’. Thankfully, official HTC ROMs have been leaked and made their way onto the Internet, enabling users of the HTC HD7 to run ‘Mango’ right now, one day after a similar ROM file was leaked for the HTC 7 Mozart.

Continue reading... »

Since late last year, Windows Phone 7 has captured the minds of many users, both for its attractive looks and deep integration with Microsoft’s services. Yet, many might still be using services outside Microsoft’s umbrella, such as Google Talk. If you’ve been struggling for a way to use Google’s instant messaging service on your new Windows Phone 7.5 Mango device, Gchat is the perfect app for you.

Continue reading... »

If you’re an avid Windows Phone 7 user, you’re probably aware of Mango, a future Windows Phone 7 update that was recently released to selected beta testers. Thanks to the Internet, however, there’s now a way for anyone to upgrade to Mango today.

Continue reading... »

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has promised over 500 new features will be present in the company’s next release of Windows Phone 7.x.

Continue reading... »

During Microsoft’s MIX11 developer conference in Las Vegas, the Redmond company announcing new improvements to Windows Phone 7 that will give developers for the platform more power to get the most out of the fledgling operating system.

Continue reading... »

The world of Windows Phone 7 is starting to hot up these days, with the infamous NoDo update starting to roll out to lucky handset owners. Now the fledgling OS is in the headlines once again thanks to ‘The Dark Force Team’, a group of hackers who sprung to fame when they managed to get WP7 onto the popular HTC HD2 hardware.

Continue reading... »

Subscribe To Redmond Pie

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ Follow us on YouTube

Popular Stories