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.
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.
A major milestone for Windows Phone 7 has been reached, as officially announced by Microsoft today: WP7 has been released to manufacturing (RTM) for optimization on different phones and networks meaning it is code-complete.
Windows Phone 7 Mango includes tons of new features, including the seamless integration of Facebook Chat right into Messaging app. We have got tons of emails recently from our readers, asking us on how to activate this new feature.
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!
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.