Launched today, available publically now from getmailbird.com Great execution on user experience, more or less like Sparrow on Mac which is arguably the best standalone email client.
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[tl;dr] Mailbird makes emails on Windows pretty
You can upgrade from Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 to Windows 8 Pro for £49.99 directly from Microsoft's Windows 8 store. A downloadable upgrade will be available from launch day, and cost £24.99. As with previous ..
Lately many of the Ms users are generally awaiting your windows 8 release date story that is still awaiting on the firm. Currently merely it … Extra improved upon capabilities are used when compared with microsoft windows 7 .
Await Windows 8 Release Date | Gxiex
Lately, many people were confused as to when do Microsoft really intend to release the Windows 7 version. The information posted on the Internet alone a lot of Windows 7 release dates that people cannot already determine ..
So Many Windows 7 Release Dates but Which One Is True | Low4mat
Just when you think you’re careful enough, it strikes without mercy. Nevermind the hilarious YouTube you were watching or photo you’re about to take, it’s Bing time. I am of course referring to the inconspicuous but deadly capacitive search button on most of the popular Windows Phone 7 devices
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Idea for a more accident-friendly WP7 search button
To coincide with the Mango press event several days ago, Channel9 posted three videos in which Brandon Watson interviewed members of the Windows Phone 7 development team regarding Mango-specific features. Whilst one might usually be skeptical about Microsofties interviewing each other, the videos were surprisingly insightful and full of interesting tidbits. Here’s a few highlights I noted from the videos: Developers can almost do with live tiles everything Microsoft could do
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Behind the scenes of Mango: tidbits from Brandon Watson’s Channel9 videos
Between seducing a female show host live on national radio and attending a promotional tour at Telstra’s Windows Phone 7 launch event , the man, the legend, Isaiah Mustafa even took time out during his Australia visit to record a podcast. Hosted by Microsoft Australia employees Michael Kordahi and Andrew Coates , Isaiah chatted about getting a Windows Phone 7, why he likes it, technology, games, viral videos, sports, internet fame and TV shows during the packed 11-minute segment. Although no body wash is involved, it’s definitely still worth a look and a listen.
A page describing the various Windows Phone 7 status icons on the new Microsoft website recently discovered by Engadget reveals an interesting tidbit about the WP7 operating system, it already has support for both of the popular 4G cellular network standards – LTE (technically a 3.9G technology) and WiMAX .
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Windows Phone 7 4G support confirmed