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The Nexus One keeps getting better versions of the Android OS while developers complain of too many versions and too few market payouts. Is Android coming apart at the seams?
There will almost certainly be a consumer phone based on Windows Mobile 7 using the Zune interface. But that's not the whole story.
Microsoft releases information about which existing phones will be upgradeable to Windows Mobile 6.5.http://bto.cnet.com/8401-1-0.html
Skype is the heavyweight champion of cheap Internet calling, and it's launched three new versions for Windows Mobile phones, iPhones and PCs
The era of the 1GHz smartphone has arrived. In Japan, Docomo has launched a device based on Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor.
Macs infected with a new pirate-induced botnet are launching denial-of-service attacks! Do you have your zombie botnet preparedness kit? Also free mobile DTV in DC, an official Windows Mobile 6.5 release date, and Oracle buys Sun.
Microsoft's next release of Windows Mobile could get a thorough airing at the TechEd 2009 conference in May, but phones still aren't expected until later in the year.
Viewers submitted their favorite apps for BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Nokia and iPhone.
Unless developers submit updates to their Windows Mobile Marketplace applications within seven days of the app's release, even minor upgrades will cost $99 to submit.
Users of the expected Web-based offering would get 200MB of storage to use for backing up phone data and sharing photos.