Recently, on April 29th, the 18th annual Race to Erase MS gala was held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Century City, California.
In turn, Paris Hilton, Rachel Leigh Cook, Daniel Gillies, Musician Brett Anderson and Cindy Crawford were all there along with Microsoft, who evidently was using the event to promote Windows Phone amongst the celebs.
We're not sure if they we able to keep the HTC HD7s on hand, but from a cursory look on Twitter (yes, we went there), none so far are using for their daily driver.
...And that's your useless celeb-Windows Phone news of the day.
Source: WireImage; via 1800PocketPC
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Easter egg if hover mouse over Hilton's pic. (Joke credit: Phil Nickinson)
sucks for RIM
Doesn't surprise me that she would...
Hopefully we won't ever see a Windows Phone version of what happened when Paris was a Sidekick owner!
Let's just hope that the MS that gets erased is the disease, not the company!
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