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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 29, 2010


We're back from CTIA, where we saw the T-Mobile HD2 and just a smidge of Windows Phone 7 Series.

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 28, 2010

Update: Added video above. Level of skepticism still fairly high.

Microsoft has said that the HTC HD2 won't be getting an official upgrade to Windows Phone 7 Series, but that's never stopped anybody before, has it? Tom at HTCPedia says he's got...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 26, 2010

Once a year or so we get another look at a Windows Mobile satellite phone, and such is the case with the TerreStar Genus, billed as the world's first smartphone with 3G and satellite capability. Unfortunately there's no hand-off directly from 3G to satellite, so you...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 26, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 26, 2010

We've only seen Windows Mobile 6.5.3 officially on a handful of handsets. Now hows about on a 7-inch tablet? Enter the Mangrove 7 from C-motech, which we spied this week at CTIA in Las Vegas.

Windows Mobile 6.5.3 is Windows...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 26, 2010

For those who use Foursquar

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 26, 2010

Microsoft has recently updated its My Phone service. The new version is 1.06.22718.01.  What's in the update? So far nothing stands out and the update is listed as "fixes and enhancements based on your feedback."

The next time you sync your Windows Phone with My Phone you will...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 24, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 24, 2010

The T-Mobile HD2 is finally available today for $199 on contract, and we got our hands on it Tuesday at CTIA. Obviously the star of the show is the hardware, but you've already seen that from our hands-on and full review of the European version.

T-Mobile has...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 22, 2010


Malatesta finally chimes in on Windows Phone 7 Series. Plus, Phil's at CTIA, and the Best. Voicemail. Ever.

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 18, 2010

Late last night, HTC took the time to release an official statement in response to the Apple lawsuit recently filed.

Sounding a bit like an old Family Guy episode, HTC respectively disagrees with Apple's claim that it has infringed on its patents:

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 18, 2010

A new promotional video has surfaced on the internet for Windows Phone 7 Series.  It highlights the "life maximizing" capabilities of the new mobile operating system from Microsoft.  istartedsomething.com has the minute long video and it's likely...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 18, 2010

Twikini has long been one of our favorite Windows Mobile Twitter clients, and it's already getting the ball rolling for Windows Phone 7 Series. Developer Trinket Software has teamed up with Mist Labs (and our old pal Mel!) for the new project, and we...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 18, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 17, 2010

LAS VEGAS -- I want to noodle a bit about the Start Experience in Windows Phone 7 series, but before that happens I need to get something off my chest as a way of opening the conversation: I have an unhealthy obsession with notifications in Windows Phone 7 Series....

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 17, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 16, 2010