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Mobile OS Showdown: Android, BlackBerry, iOS, and Windows Phone 7

The heavyweights in the arena of mobile operating systems engage in a bloody battle. Which will emerge with the championship?

Developers Find a Lot to Love in Windows Phone 7 Mango

The Windows Phone 7 Mango release, due this Fall, adds a lot to Microsoft's mobile OS, say a group of enterprise mobile programmers.

Microsoft's Mobile Cash Cow is Android . . . Not Windows Phone 7

Analysis: Microsoft may be spending big bucks on Windows Phone 7 development, but the big payoff is from Android, it turns out.

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6 Changes in Windows Phone Mango Target Business Users

The Windows Phone Mango release, due this fall, includes changes that improve Microsoft's mobile OS for business users and IT groups.

Web-Based Windows Phone 7 App Store Arriving with Mango

Users will be able to browse the full app catalog, view screenshots, and check out details and reviews. Microsoft will also allow you to share your favorite apps via a link in e-mails or recommendations on Facebook and Twitter.

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Three Reasons Mango Could Make You Want a Windows Phone

To hear Microsoft executive Andy Lees describe Mango's 500 improvements to the Windows Phone platform would be daunting.

Windows Phone Mango Handsets: What to Expect

Microsoft has remained quiet on the hardware front, only saying that new Windows Phones are coming from Acer, Fujitsu, HTC, Nokia, Samsung, and ZTE.

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Mango Helps Microsoft Make Inroads in Mobile Market

Analysts say Microsoft's mobile OS offers plenty of what users like about iOS or Android, but with a different overall experience.

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Mango Software Update: Where's the Hardware, Analysts Ask

Even with the 500 improvements announced Tuesday in the Windows Phone OS update called Mango, some analysts are concerned that Microsoft didn't show any new hardware to ship in the fall with Mango installed.

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Windows Phone 7 'Mango' Update Looks Sweet for Business

More than 500 features set to join Microsoft's smartphone OS later this year include Office 365 and SkyDrive support.