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Windows Phone Mango RTMFox delays streaming TV shows on the Web, Mad Men hits Netflix streaming, and Microsoft releases the first major update to Windows Phone codenamed Mango.
Its Wednesday, July 27th, 2011, I'm Wilson Tang on cnet.com, and it's time to get loaded. Microsoft has announced this morning that the next version of its windows phone operating system, codenamed Mango, has been released to manufacturers who will begin testing the new software before it is delivered to existing users as a software update. The new update brings multitasking, copy and paste, and a rebuilding of the built in internet explorer web browser. Facebook launch a new guide for small business owners to take advantage of the social media platform, visitors can now go to facebook.com/business, well there you find information to how to create Facebook pages, buy adds, tells story, and create apps on the Facebook platform. The [unk] businesses on Facebook stands in contrast to Google's raising controversy over only having real people on its [unk] social network the facts broadcast now work as a [unk] now will begin delaying web boxes to many of its popular television programs to give cable and satellite TV service providers, greater exclusive activity. Beginning August 15th, viewers who subscribe to particular TV services will be able to watch shows on the web the day after the show airs on the network. All of the viewers will have to wait 8 days to catch episodes of the Simpsons, Bones, and Glee. Fox says that these networks will be the first au- authentication services for Fox's TV shows. At least on show will actually be easier to watch on the web, they are critically acclaimed show Mad Men is now available in its [unk] on NetFlix's streaming service. According to the company, all 4 seasons of the show are streaming now, and future seasons will be streamed each year after they air in AMC. Apple's new operating system Mac OS 10 Lion was released last week, but a lot of software isn't fully compatible, nor did they take advantage of some of Lion's key features. Well, google has released a new developer version of its chrome browser, and has re enabled multi touch gestures for Lions. 2 figure swipes left and right [unk] pages back in forth, the new version also add supports for web sockets, and 2 [unk] for multiple user profiles. Finally, Motorola has touted that its zoom tablet was upgradable to 4G- connectivity for months now, but now the company has a date, starting in September, users will be able to access [unk] 4G LTE Network with a card upgrade. Those were your headlines for today, I'm Wilson Tang for cnet.com, and you've just been loaded.