Nokia, along with its partner Microsoft, unveiled its new smartphone which comes in two models that will use the Windows operating system. The companies are hoping to become bigger players in the market now dominated by Apple and devices using Android software.
Entertainment is part of the core focus for Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7, as evident from the music & video hub. So how does one unleash the full multimedia potential of your Windows Phone 7-powered smartphone?
Microsoft and Yahoo, both large players in the online search engine market, have announced big moves in the area of mobile and mobile search today.Microsoft plans to upgrade its mobile Internet Explorer browser, according to an announcement released yesterday (no word on whether thats just prank, though). Microsoft’s press release states that this will bring desktop-grade Web browsing to Windows Mobile phones, with enhanced features especially for mobile phones. Yahoo too have released their own press statement indicating that they are also making mobile moves in the area of mobile and mobile search.
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Sony Ericsson’s next smart phone, the Xperia X1, is scheduled for shipment later this year and comes equipped with the latest version of Internet Explorer Mobile, which Microsoft promises will bring desktop-like Web browsing for laptops. The Xperia X1 smart phone is a slider phone with a full Qwerty keyboard and 3-inch wide touch-screen display to ship with Windows Mobile 6.1. Sony Ericsson showcased the X1 at CTIA, the first time the company has had the device on display in the United States, a company spokesman said Wednesday. The company unveiled the smart phone in February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.