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Sony Ericsson 'Jolie'

Sony may make Windows Phone smartphone this year

After walking away from Microsoft’s mobile OS, there are rumours indicating that Sony may produce a Windows Phone smartphone this year. The electronic giant was one of those initially committed to Windows Phone and had a working prototype already, named Sony Ericsson ‘Jolie’. Here are pictures of Jolie (I almost typed “Angelina” too): You can […]

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The world of mobiles

The Smartphone World Is So Boring Right Now

Yes; the smartphone world is so boring right now. This statement may come as a shock to those of you who belong to the iOS-Android generation, and this is all that you have seen. But once upon a time, there was a smartphone world with lots of excitement. We had Symbian UIQ, Symbian S60, Symbian […]

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Samsung Galaxy Note II

The New Power User’s Smartphone

During the era of the Communicator, power users who didn’t want one usually picked up a Pocket PC form factor device. In this new dispensation of the touchscreen, that form factor appears to have risen to the top spot that Communicators used to occupy. A mobile ice age has come and gone, and the Communicator is extinct. For some years now, there has been no device that made power users drool – a device that stood head and shoulders above the crowd in terms of specs and functionality. Thankfully, such a device is now here.

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Microsoft Kin – Another fragmentation of Windows Phone

In the beginning, we had Windows Mobile. Then came along Windows Phone 7 and we thought that was all. But almost everyone forgot Microsoft’s earlier acquisition of Danger, the company behind the Sidekick phones. What Microsoft has done now is create a new Windows® Phone designed specifically for people who are actively navigating their social […]

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Microsoft drops the ‘Series’ and keeps the ‘Windows Phone 7′

In a tweet today, Microsoft announced that they are dropping the “series” in the name of the new version of their mobile OS. Now, its just Windows Phone 7. Yes; what were they thinking before? Anyway, all’s well that “ends” well. Windows Phone 7 is good enough. We can abbreviate it to WP7 too whenever […]

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