For those of you who live near Seattle or are planning on attending PAX 2010, you'll be glad to know Microsoft's Xbox LIVE and Windows Phone 7 will be present, at least according to Mike Klucher (Lead Program Manger - XNA Development Platform at Microsoft).
The popular gaming convention runs September 3rd-5th at the Washington State Convention Center and should be a lot of fun. Registration is $35 per day or $55 for all 3-days, but alas, only Sunday is left open for a badge. At this time, there doesn't appear to be a specific panel discussion of WP7 and XBLA, but we'll keep an eye out.
Regardless, we an expect some more hands-on and gaming footage in less than two-weeks time, which sounds good to us.
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I expect more games to be shown as well, those 50 titles are only the ones that will be out on release but more are coming after (new stuff each week iirc).
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