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Samsung’s Windows Phone 7 Galaxy S2?

New OS on the world’s most popular Android phone might be closer than you think.

The Galaxy S2 is currently king of the Android smartphone hill, what with it’s awesome SAMOLED display, HD video recording and ultra-fast dual-core processor. Now, rumors have it that Samsung is Read the rest of this entry

HTC Eternity: Spec’d

Latest leaks indicate this baby will run a whopping 4.7-inch SLCD display.

The upcoming HTC Eternity will be running the Windows Phone 7.1 ‘Mango’ build, and it looks set to pep up the previously dull lineup of smartphones running WP7. The new device will be powered by a turbocharged 1.5 GHz single-core Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon SoC. Apparently, HTC hopes the added clock speed will help offset the disadvantage of having a single core, because most of the newest smartphones on the market are now sporting dual-core processors. Here’s hoping that it does.

The display, by far the biggest wow-factor going for this phone, is Read the rest of this entry

Angry Birds finally hits Windows Phone 7 Platform

One of the most anticipated apps to hit the OS finally lands today.

The taunts can now end. A long-awaited moment for owners of Windows Phone 7 has arrived, today Microsoft finally launched Rovio’s bestselling Angry Birds title on the Windows Phone platform.

The game has had a combined total of over 250 million downloads across all platforms and was undoubtedly one of the great runaway hits of 2010, and one of the largest mobile app success Read the rest of this entry

8 By 12: New Windows Incoming

Microsoft’s Windows 8 expected for RTM (Release to Manufacturing) by April 2012, rumors say.

Word on the street is that the new Windows is due early next year, with Microsoft planning to RTM Windows 8 for x86, Windows 8 for ARM/SoC (system on a chip) and Windows 8 Server simultaneously by the coming April, according to ZDNet.

Microsoft's Mike Angiulo previewing Windows 8.

Just like they did with Windows 7, there will be two beta builds this time around as well; first a sole Windows 8 beta build will be released at the time of Microsoft’s Build conference, and then a Release Candidate (RC) version at the start of next year, succeeded by the final release.

Microsoft is hoping to attract Windows Read the rest of this entry

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