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[...] yet the name Windows Mobile is not utterly gone) have been entrance along utterly nicely. This video has most of them being demonstrated — the little you’ve seen (My Phone) as good as the [...]
[...] last week? Looks like it (or another very similar skin) is ready to make another appearance. The Inquirer managed to get a walkthrough of what’s being called the final build of WinMo 6.5, and while [...]
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[...] fan of WinMo before you view the video, that will probably still be the case when it’s done. [Intruders TV via [...]
[...] Inquirer get a first look at the final (RTM) version of WM 6.5, or “Windows Phone OS” as it’s now known, running on a Touch Diamond [...]
[...] probably still be the case when it’s done. Updated: Removed auto-playing video – J.L. [Intruders TV via [...]
[...] The Inquirer has posted a video interview they had about Windows Phones and in it they talk about Microsoft MyPhone where there is mention of Live Mesh powering MyPhone . The interviewer asks if this is part of the “Mesh setup” and the reply is “It will be part of Mesh but slightly different from Mesh at the moment.” [...]
Microsoft had to catch up to the multimedia PC, it had to catch up to
the ineternet revolution, etc. It is always caught off-guard and when it is, it goes into its doing-things-half-way design philosophy.
It deserves where it is in the mobile phone OS platform.
A giant software company with so much resources should try not to waist our time with confusing news about its mobile OS platform.We don’t like to be jerked around.
We need clear information about where Microsoft is with this. That way we can at least have the option to move on to another platform.
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iphone rules them all, people…
[...] Windows Phone OS walkthrough « INQ TV While flash is amazing, it seems like Windows Phone OS is just regergtating everything else that is on the market. While I’m not a huge fan of the Windows Mobile operating systems that I’ve used in the past, I have to say that I’m least likely to give this a shot out of anything on the market. For me the highlight of using my T-Mobile Dash or MDA was that aside from “ActiveSync” working flawlessly with outlook, the email client was almost as stripped down as the BlackBerry email client. [...]
[...] The Inquirer got a hold of the exclusive video of the final and completed Window Phone mobile OS 6.5 running on a touch screen HTC Diamond 2. Check the video at The Inquirer. [...]