Windows Phone 7 brings a fresh interface to smartphones comprised of live tiles and hubs. Today, I am taking a closer look at how the People Hub works.
Ouch. Why is it that Apple's iOS can sync with Microsoft Outlook just fine, but syncing Outlook with Windows Phone 7 requires Tylenol and anger management skills?
AT&T has revealed three new "Mango" smartphones coming soon, as well as plans to upgrade existing Windows Phone 7 models to "Mango".
Windows Phone 7 is unique among mobile platforms, yet it shares many similarities with Apple's successful iOS as well. Unfortunately, most of the similarities are in how the two platforms got things wrong.
The mobile OS itself has to capable enough, but when push comes to shove it is the apps that I use to on a day to day basis that make or break my smartphone experience. Today I am trying to load up my "Mango" with the same set of apps I use on my iPhone.
There is a lot I like about Windows Phone 7 so far, but I also have a small--but growing--list of things that annoy me about Microsoft's mobile OS.
There are some enticing new smartphones coming out, but don't make the mistake of getting something right now when the iPhone 5 and Google Nexus Prime releases are imminent.
Lawsuit allegations spur a review, and reassurances from Microsoft that it doesn't associate a unique identifier with the location of its phones to track user movement.
The Threads feature in Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" blurs the line between different forms of communication and lets you seamlessly switch between them within a single conversation.