Windows phone 7

Pwn2Own Roundup: Apple Fails, Google Stays Strong

The hackers at last week’s Pwn2Own contest had a field day with some of the world’s most popular browsers, but they didn’t make a clean sweep.

Pwn2Own pits security experts against web browsers on laptops and smartphones. At stake are cash prizes of $15,000 per exploit, along with the actual hardware on which the browsers were hacked. …

Sprint Getting Its First Windows Phone Next Month

Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 7 platform is preparing to expand to another carrier. Starting March 20th, Sprint customers will be able to purchase the HTC Arrive for $200 after a $100 mail-in rebate and two-year contract.

Here in the U.S., Windows Phone 7 devices are currently available on AT&T and T-Mobile. Verizon plans to add the …

Windows Phone 7 Software Update Breaks Certain Handsets

There’s a big software update coming for Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 7 devices next month but the company’s rolling out some sort of minor pre-update in order to grease the wheels, so to speak.

That update has been gradually rolling out over the air to certain users this week, and people have been reporting that some Samsung …

App of the Week: Amazon for Windows Phone 7

Whatever its size, the cross-section of Amazon diehards and Windows Phone 7 owners can now officially be placated with Amazon’s Windows Phone 7 app.

The app takes advantage of Windows Phone 7’s swipe-friendly interface to provide easy access to a specific product’s details, customer reviews and related items without having to load up …

App Of The Week: Kindle For Windows Phone 7

Windows Phone 7 owners finally have access to Amazon’s popular Kindle e-book reading app. It’s a free download from the Zune Marketplace.

The app features Amazon’s Whispersync technology to synchronize the page of the book you’re reading with other Kindle apps, the Kindle desktop software and the Kindle hardware reader if you have …

CES: What’s Next for Microsoft?

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer delivered a keynote address on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, focusing on his company’s Xbox 360 entertainment initiatives, the new Windows Phone 7 mobile platform, and what we can expect to see from future versions of Windows PCs.

Xbox 360 Kinect

Microsoft’s “Kinect” …

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