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Nokia Lumia 510 pictured running WP7, looks dirt cheap

A new low-end Nokia phone has been snapped -- could this be the cheapest way to get your mitts on Windows Phone?

By Oct. 4, 2012


Viber hits 100 million users, partners with Nokia on WP7

The messaging company says that Nokia's Windows Phone 7 devices will now be able to place free HD-quality phone calls and hold group-messaging sessions.

By Sep. 11, 2012


It's time to stop calling Windows Phone 'WP7'

CNET's Jessica Dolcourt gives a public service announcement on what not to call devices running Windows Phone as its mobile operating system.

By Feb. 2, 2012


Microsoft eases procurement of WP7 dev phones

Microsoft is simplifying the process of picking up a development device for Windows Phone 7. CNET also tracks developer and app momentum for the platform.

By Feb. 4, 2011


Report: HTML5, Silverlight headed to WP7 browser

A software update for Windows Phone 7 may possibly bring two very big behind-the-scenes features to the phone's Web browser next year.

By Dec. 15, 2010


Microsoft tool helps devs port iOS apps to WP7

A new tool by Microsoft helps developers with iOS applications figure out what the similar code chunks would be for Windows Phone 7. Microsoft is working on one for Android next.

By Apr. 29, 2011


Look n Type for WP7 shows where you're headed

Free app for the LG Optimus 7 gives you a good view of your vicinity while your eyes are glued to the screen typing.

By Nov. 3, 2010


LG to offer 10 free apps for WP7 handset buyers

Buyers of an LG Windows Phone 7 handset get to choose 10 free, third-party software apps they'll be able to install on their new device.

By Nov. 3, 2010


Ep. 1326: Coming soon to WP7: Passive Aggressive Birds

On today's show, we take a look at all the Windows Phone 7 news, all the phones, and the sad little battle between Microsoft and Rovio (makers of Angry Birds). Also, more talk about the Verizon iPhone--including the rumor that the rumored phone won't go 4G for at least another few years. Plus, self-driving cars will save us all. --Molly

By Oct. 11, 2010