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Articles tagged with: Windows Phone 7

Two New WP7 HTC Leaks: Ignite & Prime

Well what do you know, could this be the end of Android or just a bump in the usual routine? Looks like HTC is working hard at some cool new Windows Phone 7 devices, that are sure to make their fan boys sweat.

The two new phones are the HTC Ignite and the HTC Prime, and both were leaked on some Dutch website. According to the information provided, the HTC Prime has a gorgeous slide-out keyboard, a 3.7″ touchscreen, a modest 512MB of RAM, and a 5MP camera with LED flash.

Caloric Calculator Apps Require FDA Approval

Well, it looks like the Food and Drug Administration is finally stepping up to the plate when it comes to all those caloric calculator apps you see for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 7.

The proposal will grant the FDA oversight on mobile medical apps for tablets and smartphones. Now, just to be clear on which Caloric calculators will be regulated, it will be the ones that are combined with sensors- turning a basic iPhone into an ECG unit.

Leak: Nokia Sea Ray With WP7 (Video)

Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7 device is probably music to many Symbian users who have long carried the burden of trying to use their phone in the first month of owning it. Symbian, of course, is Nokia’s operating system, that they’ve been using for the past decade + years, and it’s a royal headache.

Simple things like turning off the WiFi, takes many clicks here and taps there and it’s probably the farthest thing from being intuitive.

Microsoft Working On Secure Messaging & UI For WP7

It looks like Microsoft is up to no good in that they are working on a ‘top secret’ Windows Phone project, or at least that’s what the job listing says on its website.

It seems as if the project would be a version-one design with initial planning set to undergo in a month. The interface will be targeted to those user-friendly consumers and Windows may spend more time on making messaging more secure.

Windows Phone Products Enlighten!

Andrew Lees, President of Microsoft Windows Phone Division, at 2011 Worldwide Partner Conference talked about the imminent of Windows.

He stated that “in fact, if you look even at the price of smartphones, a year ago all smartphones cost over $400 when they left their hardware manufacturer. Today, they’re down to about $200, and next year, a smartphone that can run something like Windows Phone 7 will actually be down to $100 to $150. So, you’re seeing a dramatic price reduction.

Meet UpSling, A Revolutionary Contact Manager App

Ever find it frustrating when you’re trying to get someone’s number in a rush but just don’t have time to grab all the details? Picture this, you’ve just met someone on the subway and you quickly try to exchange details just before they get off on the next stop.

Do you hate having to worry if you missed getting their full number? Did they forget to include an area code, or have a confusing e-mail address? With UpSling, from Deliri Inc, you no longer have to worry about getting the details.

Windows Mango Delivers 50 FPS On Mobile Phones

It’s truly remarkable what companies can do with HTML5 these days. Just yesterday, we had posted about Pandora finally making the switch to HTML5, after years of running on Adobe Flash- a platform that frequently crashed on certain browsers.

But we haven’t really heard much about HTML5 integration with mobile phones. Well, that’s about to change, and Microsoft is making it clear why Windows 7 Mango is superior to iOS5 beta.

Microsoft Gives Green Light To Hack Your Windows Phone

Microsoft has traditionally not been too friendly with people messing around with its products but they have recently changed their position, at least when it comes to their mobile phones. Microsoft has given its users the “all okay” when it comes to loading Mango on Windows Mobile devices, but warned that doing so would void the warranty.

This is great news for people who still have Windows Mobile phones. Although Windows Mobile looks nice, it’s prone to freezing and glitching and causes its consumers a royal nightmare. Getting the green light to port directly to Mango may be the end of frustrations for many.

Nokia’s Messaging Business Goes To UK’s Synchronica

The UK-based mobile messaging company Synchronica has inked a deal to take over Nokia’s operator-branded messaging business in a deal worth about $25 million—including a scant $4 million up front and warrants for some 18.3 million common shares in Synchronica.

Synchronica plans to continue to operate and support Nokia’s messaging system, so existing partners and customers shouldn’t’ see any disruptions.

Leaked: HTC Eternity With Windows Phone 7

It looks like the HTC Eternity might be Windows Phone 7 big break into the mobile community. From its massive 4.7″ touchscreen display, to its 1.5GHz processor. The Mango update can only sweeten the deal.

Supplied with a sharp 8MP camera, plenty of storage (16GB internal), and DLNA capabilities, this phone will be able to shoot all the 720p video to your hearts content. HTC is known for delivering high quality phones to the market and they rarely disappoint.