Windows Phone 7 is courting developers at the Mix10 conference in Las Vegas, giving us a glimpse of the apps we can expect to see on WinPhev phones later this year
With the next version of its browser, Redmond plans to deepen its commitment to HTML5 and "push the boundaries of what developers can do on the Web."
Advance Micro Devices drops nearly 10 percent, following the release of the company's third quarter results. Broader markets, meanwhile, remained mixed.
At a press conference at the Mix10 event, Microsoft doesn't say when the new browser will ship, but when it does, it won't run on Windows XP.
At its Mix10 trade show on Tuesday, Microsoft is talking about the next version of the browser, among other topics. CNET's Ina Fried has live coverage.
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In a video interview, Microsoft execs Joe Belfiore and Scott Guthrie talk about the developer opportunities with Windows Phone 7 Series.
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