Well, it appears that it is once again time to pen a comparison post, this time following up with the one published in October of last year - about 8 months ago - that compares a few of the important factors between the three important mobile platforms of our time. With iOS 6 freshly unveiled, along with a few developments that have transpired over the past 8 months, there are a few changes to make.
So here we are, day three of my look into what the biggest players in the smartphone world will, or possibly should do in 2012.
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.
The famous cross-platform messaging app WhatsApp is now officially available for all users running the latest and greatest mobile OS from Microsoft, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango.
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.
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.
Owners of Windows Phone 7 devices have probably been awaiting Windows Phone 7.5, commonly known as 'Mango', for months. According to a new report, Microsoft might be planning to make the new operating system available to the public as early as next month, on September 1st.
Less than a year after Windows Phone 7 was released, Microsoft now seems to be close to publicly releasing a new iteration of the operating system named ‘Mango’, as evidenced by a new ad that surfaced today.