As its "NoDo" update woes continue, Microsoft has now made an attempt to at least increase transparency by posting a loose release schedule for the different versions of this problem-plagued Windows Phone 7 update on its website.
An update to Windows Phone 7 that will bring support for cut, copy, and paste has been delayed. It was originally scheduled for release this week, but problems with an earlier update have pushed its debut back.
Users of the version of the Dell Streak that is SIM locked to AT&T can now upgrade this tablet phone to Android OS 2.2 (Froyo). This is a significant upgrade, and it brings a wide array of new features.
Microsoft has begun sending out a new version of Windows Phone 7. However, this is not the highly-anticipated update that will bring support for copy and paste. Instead, this is a preliminary update to make the update process better.
A document showing all the smartphones that Dell is going to release in 2011 has leaked out. This will include two models running Google's Android OS and one with Microsoft Windows Phone 7. A number of tablets are also on the docket.
In his keynote address at the Mobile World Congress tradeshow, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer laid out his company's plans for a pair of upgrades to Windows Phone 7. These will bring copy and paste, more multitasking support, and Twitter integration.
Dell has begun taking pre-orders for its next smartphone running Google's Android OS. The Dell Venue is going to offer a high-end feature set, highlighted with a large AMOLED screen and high-resolution camera.
While most of the focus during today's event at Google headquarters went to Android OS 3.0 (Honeycomb) and tablets, there was an announcement that affects smartphone users: the Android Market now has its very own website.
Straight from the horse's mouth, it appears that Dell has plans to add more models to its lineup of smartphones running Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 operating system.
Microsoft says that its Windows Phone 7 platform has now reached the two million mark. It took the software giant's new smartphone operating system about ten weeks to reach this point.
Tablets are getting an exclusive treatment when Android OS 3.0, aka Honeycomb, hits the market: the new version of Google's operating system will never see the light of day on smartphones.
People have barely digested the sweet news of Android OS Honeycomb, and yet there is already more on the way. The next mobile operating system update from Google, Android OS 'Ice Cream', is supposedly due out this summer.
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