Over the last few months, many have been waiting for a smartphone running 'Mango', the new version of Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system, which was allegedly finalized back in July. Thankfully, HTC has stepped up to the plate and introduced two Windows Phone 7.5 Mango smartphones: the HTC Radar and the HTC Titan.
If you're a fan of classic games, then this announcement is definitely meant for you; SEGA has just announced that its longtime favorite title, Sonic CD, will be making its way to all major consoles and smartphone platforms, ranging from the PlayStation 3 to the Xbox 360 to Windows Phone 7, Android and iOS.
Windows Phone Mango has been finalized and is all ready to be implemented by smartphone manufacturers on new devices. Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile is the first manufacturer to step up to the plate by launching the first ever Mango-powered smartphone to Japanese customers, and perhaps soon in other countries all across the world.
With Mango already completed and a few months away from landing on smartphones later this year, Microsoft has already unveiled plans for two releases in the future for Windows Phone, codenamed Tango and Apollo.
Microsoft’s online multiplayer gaming service Xbox LIVE’s subscription-based membership “Gold” is coming to Windows Phone 7 soon, Redmond Pie has learned.
When using a phone, many of us expect to be able to know where our friends are. Sure, it's easy to give them a call, but in a world when touchscreens and the Internet are at our fingerprints (quite literally, in the case of smartphones), there are better options which are being explored by Microsoft's new Windows Phone 7 app, "We're In".
Three new significant and popular games have been released for Xbox Live today, namely: Fruit Ninja Kinect (for Xbox 360), Minesweeper and Sudoku (for Windows Phone 7.x).
From attempting to form gold from lesser metals to transforming Ubuntu to look like Windows/OS X, transforming one item to make it look like another is something humans have been doing for centuries by now.
Today saw some movement in the Microsoft and Nokia debacle, with the two companies releasing an invitation to a joint event, to be held in Cologne, Germany.
Earlier this week, Microsoft released Build 7712 of Mango update for their Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system and today we’ll be guiding you on how to go ahead and install the said update on any Windows Phone 7 smartphone without having to have a developer account.