Tag Archives: WP7

Light Foresight Part IV

Damn, there are a lot of interesting stories (especially the Facebook/Google slap fight) and i don’t take the time to cover them sufficiently. So i’ll just log them here, in a light foresight entry, in order to come back later. … Continue reading

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Windows Phone 7 Review: Ladies and Gentlemen, We Have Ourselves a Race

Intro: Let’s just get it out of the way: Windows Phone 7 is the most exciting thing to happen to phones in a long time. My Take: I agree. I love how Microsoft makes the content the interface. Blending together … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Fix Windows Phone

Intro: Windows Phone 7 could be amazing. It’s not, yet. Right now, it’s a good start. This is what’s broken, and what Microsoft has to do to make it truly awesome. Key Points: Multitasking for third-party apps—or at least fix … Continue reading

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The PlayStation Phone

Summary: The device is headed into the market soon, likely boasting Android 3.0 (aka Gingerbread), along with a custom Sony Marketplace which will allow you to purchase and download games designed for the new platform My take: Sony’s answer to … Continue reading

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Adobe Air 2.5 Revealed: It’s All About Mobile

Key Points: (multiplatform) smartphones, tablets and TV-friendly new features, mostly to take advantage of core-functionalities of devices such as accelerometer and geolocation InMarket for creating business models to developers not supported on iOS My take: Adobe is positioning AIR as … Continue reading

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Microsoft’s transformation through Ray Ozzie’s eyes

Key points: In the realm of the service-centric ‘seamless OS’ we’re well on the path to having Windows Live serve as an optional yet natural services complement to the Windows and Office software.  In the realm of ‘seamless productivity’, Office … Continue reading

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