The HTC HD2 might be an aging device but no one can deny the fact for what it is capable of running. Apart from the stock Windows Mobile 6.5 ROM it ships with, it can run Android and Windows Phone 7 as fluent as if both the OS’s were made for the HD2 itself. And now it can run the latest and greatest offering from Microsoft: Windows Phone 7 Mango!
Microsoft has begun pushing out a new security update for its Windows Phone 7 mobile devices. The update comes as a response to reports starting back in March that certification authority Comodo had granted nine fraudulent digital certificates.
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?
HTC Corporation has released a full-fledged YouTube client for Windows Phone 7 devices. Unfortunately though, this YouTube app is limited to HTC’s handsets only, running the exclusive HTC Hub.
The official Twitter client for Windows Phone 7 has been released. Feature wise, this is probably the most complete Twitter client for Windows Phone 7 to date. Some of the features, as listed by the official Twitter blog are as follows.
Developed by Phyar Studio, SeeSee is a photo / video management application for iPhone / iPod touch that is inspired by the Windows Phone 7 Metro theming system.
Officially speaking, HTC’s HD2 will not be getting a Windows Phone 7 upgrade. All because it doesn’t comply with WP7’s hardware specifications. And what hardware specs, you might ask? Not having three buttons! Yes, HD2 won’t get WP7 all because it has two extra buttons despite the fact that it meets all other specifications.
Neowin has received information that Microsoft is set to launch a wide range of Windows Phone 7 devices on October 21 in UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain (US 21st Oct release date is not confirmed yet).
This is probably the most epic event we’ve seen so far by Microsoft ! To celebrate the RTM (Release to Manufacturing) milestone of Windows Phone 7, Microsoft today arranged a special event to mark the funeral of both Apple’s iPhone and RIM’s BlackBerry. The event took place outside Microsoft’s Redmond campus last week, with employees dressed up in weird dresses, with the hearses of iPhone and BlackBerry.
Microsoft has just premiered their first ad for the upcoming Windows Phone 7 platform. This teaser ad features Lawrence of Arabia theme and promises a lot of great things to come. According to the ad, “the revolution is coming”. Check out the video for yourself after the break.