Mango update ripens Windows Phone 7 (roundup)

Microsoft peels open its forthcoming Mango update for Windows Phone 7 OS at a preview event in New York. Here's all the juicy news.

Seven months after launching its bold new Windows Phone 7 OS, Microsoft peels open its forthcoming Mango update at a preview event in New York. There are still plenty of unknowns, like whether the more than 500 software updates will be tempting enough to attract customers and gain market share.

First impressions: Windows Phone Mango

CNET takes a closer look at Microsoft's upcoming Mango update for Windows Phone.
(Posted in Dialed In by Bonnie Cha)
May 24, 2011 2:59 PM PDT

Microsoft unveils Windows Phone updates (live blog)

Microsoft unveils 500 new updates to its Windows Phone mobile platform at an event in New York City. And CNET is there covering it live.
(Posted in Signal Strength by Maggie Reardon)
May 24, 2011 4:30 AM PDT

Exclusive hands-on: Windows Phone update to integrate apps into hubs

CNET gets a close look at four big changes that pertain to apps in Windows Phone 7's next update, code-named Mango.
(Posted in Dialed In by Jessica Dolcourt)
May 24, 2011 7:00 AM PDT

Windows Phone 7 update spotlights communications, search

In addition to apps, here are two more categories of changes we'll see coming to Windows phones this fall when the next update, code-named Mango, is released.
(Posted in Dialed In by Jessica Dolcourt)
May 24, 2011 7:24 AM PDT

<b>Acer, ZTE, Fijitsu board the Windows Phone 7 train</b>

Microsoft adds three new hardware-makers to its list of Windows Phone partners. In the meantime, three existing partners will set their sights on building 4G Windows Phones.
(Posted in Dialed In by Jessica Dolcourt)
May 24, 2011 9:02 AM PDT

<b>Windows Phone 7's 'Mango' tied to new online Marketplace</b>

A refurbished online app store is yet another change that's due to come with Microsoft's Mango update to Windows Phone.
(Posted in Dialed In by Jessica Dolcourt)
May 24, 2011 1:43 PM PDT

<b>Windows Phone 7 Marketplace app count bests BlackBerry?</b>

If you don't count themes or e-books, Windows Phone 7 has bypassed RIM's BlackBerry App World catalog in its number of apps.
(Posted in Dialed In by Jessica Dolcourt)
May 24, 2011 10:23 AM PDT
 

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