Dialed In 175: Mango Madness

CNET (blog) - Nicole Lee - 26 May, 2011
Microsoft goes all tropical on us with the announcement of Windows Phone Mango, the next big update to the Windows Phone operating system. We discuss all of the Windows Phone news, the latest 4G markets, and a cavalcade of Verizon ...

Nokia Will Churn Out New Windows Phones Every 3 Months (NOK, MSFT)

San Francisco Chronicle - Matt Rosoff - 26 May, 2011
Nokia is on track to deliver its first group of Windows Phones late this year, and will then release new models every two or three months. Nokia smartphone chief Jo Harlow strongly hinted to Forbes that the company was on track to deliver a "small ...

Nokia Plans Frequent Windows Phone Releases

PC Magazine - Sascha Segan - 26 May, 2011
Nokia's Windows Phones will start coming out at a relatively rapid clip after the first one appears later this year, Nokia's executive vice president of smart devices, Jo Harlow said today. "We should be launching new devices in a ...

Nokia's MeeGo Device Still Coming Out Soon

PC Magazine - Sascha Segan - 26 May, 2011
"You're going to see the first MeeGo device soon," Nokia's executive vice president of smart devices, Jo Harlow said in an interview on Wednesday. Intel's MeeGo OS, which was developed as a joint project between Intel and Nokia's ...

Microsoft said to be readying an HTML-friendly Windows Live SkyDrive

ZDNet (blog) - Mary Jo Foley - 26 May, 2011
Microsoft is said to be working on an overhaul of its Windows Live SkyDrive storage service. There's no official word as to whether it will be ready this year or some time after Windows 8 ships. ...

A look at Windows Phone 7 Marketplace for Mango

CNET (blog) - Jessica Dolcourt - 26 May, 2011
Microsoft has shared more details about the upcoming refresh to the online Windows Phone Marketplace application store that the company first teased yesterday in a blog post to developers. The screenshot below was internally labeled ...

Why Windows Phone will be a success, and Ballmer was smart to kill the Kin

The Guardian (blog) - 26 May, 2011
Is it the new 'Mango' interface that will do it? Or something else? And why was killing a phone that cost $1.5bn to get to market wise? Microsoft Previews next release of Windows Phone with over 500 new features. Achim Berg corporate Vice President of ...

Windows Phone Mango Handsets: What to Expect

PCWorld - Jared Newman - 26 May, 2011
Some big changes are on the way for Microsoft's Windows Phones, thanks to the Mango update coming this fall, but what about hardware? Microsoft has remained relatively quiet on that front, only saying at a ...

Report: HTC CEO Is 'Very Committed' to Windows Phone, Mango

PC Magazine - Sara Yin - 26 May, 2011
Following yesterday's announcement of "Mango," the next version of Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 operating system, HTC CEO Peter Chou said he was "very committed" to Windows Phone. "We have some Windows Mango phones," Chou told Reuters in an ...

Can Nokia and Microsoft take on Apple and Google?

CanadianBusiness.com (blog) - Joe Castaldo - 26 May, 2011
The smartphone market is undeniably crowded. Apple, Google and Research in Motion are typically the first names that spring to mind; Nokia and Microsoft likely occur much later. But the partnership between the latter two ...

Mango Helps Microsoft Make Inroads in Mobile Market

PCWorld - Eric Mack - 26 May, 2011
With its Mango mobile OS, Microsoft is betting consumers want something just a little different in their smartphone diet. Like its namesake fruit, which is sweet and juicy but in a different way than other ...

Microsoft Hopes Mango Will Keep WP7 Momentum Alive

InformationWeek - Eric Zeman - 26 May, 2011
Windows Phone 7 gets a major upgrade when Mango is released with 500 new features later this year, but Microsoft still has a long way to go. By Eric Zeman InformationWeek "So, what do you think?" asked Microsoft spokesperson Greg Sullivan after ...

Nokia to launch its first Window phone late this year. Full Article

Reuters India - Clare Jim, Ken Wills - 26 May, 2011
President Obama gets a royal welcome at Buckingham Palace from Queen Elizabeth on his visit to Britain. Slideshow The corporate logo hangs on a wall at Nokia world headquarters in Helsinki July 9, 2008. Nokia planned to launch its first smartphone ...

Microsoft showcases next version of operating system - Mango

Economic Times - 26 May, 2011
SEATTLE: Microsoft Wednesday showcased the next major release of its superior version of operating system for smartphones -- code named Mango. "Mango will deliver more than 500 new features to push the boundaries of the smartphone experience around ...

Nokia-Microsoft partnership keys in on China, India markets

Financial Post - 26 May, 2011
While smartphone titans Apple Inc., Research in Motion Ltd. and Google's Android platform continue to duke it out for mobile supremacy, venerable Nokia Inc. remains resolutely in the mix, especially in key emerging markets such as China and India. ...

Bootup: 'Challenges remain' for Windows Phone 7 despite 'Mango' update

Financial Post - Jameson Berkow - 26 May, 2011
Today in technology: The major update Microsoft Corp. announced for its Windows Phone 7 software on Tuesday might still be fighting an uphill battle against rival smartphone platforms, social gaming trailblazer Zynga Inc. reportedly prepares to go ...

CEO Ballmer (mis)speaks, Microsoft HQ clarifies

ZDNet (blog) - Adrian Kingsley-Hughes - 26 May, 2011
There's something crazy about a CEO of a multibillion dollar corporation telling people one thing, and then the company having to clear up the misstatement later. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an ...

HTC CEO says Windows Mango phones in development

Reuters - Georgina Prodhan, Hans Peters - 26 May, 2011
PARIS (Reuters) - Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC plans to bring out phones based on Microsoft's new Mango Windows phone software, which was launched on Tuesday, HTC Chief Executive Peter Chou said on Wednesday. ...

Microsoft promises smarter and easier communication with Windows Phone 'Mango ...

The Independent - ‎May 25, 2011‎
Microsoft previewed the next version of its Windows Phone operating system, codenamed "Mango" on May 24. The company drew attention to an array of new attributes including deeper social network integration, enhanced live tiles and new web features. ...

Microsoft courts app developers with Windows Phone Mango

The Guardian (blog) - ‎May 25, 2011‎
The main focus of Microsoft's Windows Phone event on Tuesday was the benefits to consumers of the upcoming Mango software update. However, Microsoft is also keen to get app developers enthused about the Windows Phone roadmap. ...

Microsoft announces Mango update to Windows Phone

Inquirer - Ian Morris - ‎May 25, 2011‎
MOBILE SOFTWARE HOUSE Microsoft has been beating the drum about its upcoming Windows Phone 7 (WP7) update known as Mango, which the company is calling Windows Phone 7.5. The Redmond software company's executives know this is an important ...

Microsoft's Mango Windows Phone 7 update

Telegraph.co.uk - Matt Warman - ‎May 24, 2011‎
Microsoft has announced an update to its Windows Phone operating system, delivering 500 new features and announcing new partnerships with manufacturers ZTE, Fujitsu and Acer. ...

Microsoft announces Windows Phone 7.1

NDTV.com - ‎May 24, 2011‎
Microsoft has announced the latest version of their Windows Phone operating system. Codenamed 'Mango' the latest release will be known as Windows Phone 7.1. As announced earlier, the 7.1 update features more than 500 new features. ...

Microsoft is into Nokia?

Manila Bulletin - Allan D. Francisco - ‎May 24, 2011‎
MANILA, Philippines -- If you are reading this, it means that some people's prediction and desire for the world to end last week did not come to pass. It is ironic that despite the advances humans have made in science and ...

Microsoft's Windows Phone update smooth move

The Seattle Times - Sharon Pian Chan - ‎May 24, 2011‎
Microsoft brands and products seemed to work together like organs in a body Tuesday in demonstrations of an updated Windows Phone code-named Mango. By Sharon Pian Chan HERE ARE new features in Mango update for Windows Phone. Integrating conversations. ...

Microsoft: Making smartphones smarter and easier

CNET - Marguerite Reardon - ‎May 24, 2011‎
NEW YORK--Microsoft says its ready to take on the competition with its next iteration of its Windows Phone 7 software. At an event here today, the company demonstrated some new features that will be part of the updated software ...

The Best Marketing Move Microsoft Could Make With Windows Phone: CHANGE THE ...

San Francisco Chronicle - Matt Rosoff - ‎May 24, 2011‎
The interface is innovative and gets you in and out of tasks more quickly than the menus and icons that Apple and Android use. Its email app is top-notch. Its on-screen keyboard is actually better than the iPhone's. (I know this because I've been using ...

Microsoft launches handset software upgrade

Financial Times - Paul Taylor - ‎May 24, 2011‎
Microsoft launched a new version of its Windows Phone 7 smartphone operating system in New York on Tuesday, announcing that it would power the first of a new generation of Nokia handsets due to launch late this year. ...

Microsoft unveils new version of mobile operating system

Xinhua - Mu Xuequan - ‎May 24, 2011‎
SAN FRANCISCO, May 24 (Xinhua) -- Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday officially unveiled the latest version of its mobile operating system, touting new features that differentiate itself from competitors. The major new update of Microsoft's Windows phone ...

Windows Phone 'Mango' Adds Apps, IE9, and Fast Browsing

PCWorld - ‎May 24, 2011‎
By IDG News Service, PCWorld May 24, 2011 3:00 PM Microsoft has unveiled some of the 500 updates that will come to Windows Phone later this year. Take an early look at Mango's most prominent new features. Receive the latest reviews, how-to's, news, ...

 

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