10/17/2011, Uh-oh. It looks like Microsoft’s latest update for its Windows Phone 7 operating system isn’t all peaches and cream. According to a significant number of reports online, the update has caused the onscreen keyboard to randomly perform disappearing acts when a user is typing. The problem doesn’t seem to be limited to certain phones, which points to it being an issue with the operating system. Microsoft is now aware of […]
10/11/2011, It has been a couple of weeks since the Mango update, so most of you should have received it. Well for the benefit of those who haven’t and for those who have it but haven’t fully explored it yet – the Bing team has released a detailed blog post describing all the new features of Bing available on Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango). Here’s a rundown of the new features that […]
10/10/2011, Acer knows that not everyone is able to afford an expensive smartphone, and that is why they decided to work on the mid-range and low-end markets as well. Fans of the Windows Phone movement will be pleased to hear that Acer will be rolling out a relatively affordable smartphone before Christmas under the Windows Phone 7 Mango platform known as the Allegro. It is tipped to retail for just 299 […]
10/07/2011, Another one bites the dust in the world of smartphones – you can add Dell’s name to the list of hardware manufacturers that decided to stop rolling out a particular device simply because it does not believe in the operating system any more. Dell from Texas might not have been an important part of the Windows Phone ecosystem, but that does not mean it remains antagonistic against Microsoft’s efforts.
10/07/2011, The HTC TITAN has yet to be released in this side of the world, but it has just been released in the UK. Thanks to the power of YouTube and folks over at TechnoBuffalo, we get to witness one of the first few unboxing videos for this upcoming Windows Phone device from HTC. Just in case you forgot, the recently announced HTC TITAN is HTC’s Mango phone with a large […]
10/04/2011, Microsoft released its Mango update for Windows Phone devices last week, and it looks like the company could already be gearing up to release the next big update for its mobile operating system. According to reports online, Microsoft Thailand’s Managing Director, Birathon Kasemsri Na Ayudhayay; the company is set to launch its “biggest consumer brand campaign” later this year and was quoted as saying: “[Microsoft] plans to collaborate with global […]
10/04/2011, Earlier we reported that the Mango update for Windows Phone has apparently been rolled out a lot faster than expected, and has apparently been sent out to 50% of Windows Phone users around the world. At the rate they’re going, it looks like Microsoft may not even need four weeks to do a complete rollout as they had initially planned. The bad news is that just like the NoDo update, […]
10/03/2011, Even though the Windows Phone Mango update was released last week and you haven’t received your Windows Phone Mango update today – don’t worry. Microsoft hasn’t even pushed out the update to the whole world yet. According to them, as of today – Microsoft has only made Windows Phone 7.5 available to 50% of the world. And even though it’s available to 50% of the world, there’s still no guarantee […]
10/03/2011, The Mango update for Windows Phone devices started rolling out last week, and it looks like companies are starting to update their apps for the operating system as well. HTC has updated its HTC Hub app with a revised user interface and additional functionality. One of the main points about the new version is that it the app now makes use of the typical Windows Phone 7 panorama UI, which […]
10/03/2011, It looks like those of you who have been holding out for a Nokia Windows Phone device might be rewarded for your patience. The folks over at MyNokiaBlog recently received an email from an anonymous tipster with details concerning the upcoming Nokia Windows Phone devices. In the email were the specs for the Nokia SeaRay, Saber and a new phone unheard of before: Ace.
09/30/2011, Are you curious as to what Nokia’s upcoming Windows Phone handsets will be bringing to the table? Well according to Microsoft, Nokia apparently has special permissions to modify Windows Phone a little bit more than what other manufacturers like Samsung and HTC can do, and it looks like 3D maps and voice controlled navigation will be one of them.
09/27/2011, Looking for the first “4G” Windows Phone 7 device on T-Mobile’s network? Good news, because it has just been announced. T-Mobile has just made it known that the HTC Radar 4G will be arriving on its network in the coming months. The HTC Radar 4G will feature a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 3.8″ (800 x 480) LCD display, Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango), HSPA+ connectivity, a 5-megapixel rear camera, a VGA […]
09/27/2011, Earlier we reported that the Windows Phone 7 Mango update for the Sprint HTC Arrive would be here – but it looks like the HTC device won’t be the only phone to officially receive Mango today. According to the Windows Phone “Where’s my phone update?” page, all carriers have started delivering the update. In the column for Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango), all the carriers have been labeled as “Delivering update” which […]
09/27/2011, Great news Sprint HTC Arrive users – after being spotted running Mango at a Las Vegas Sprint store, it looks like the update is finally arriving on the smartphone today. Sprint has updated the official support page for the HTC Arrive with Windows Phone Mango information on its website. The support page lists the release date of the update: September 27th (today) details what the update will bring to the phone, […]