Motorola ES400S Runs ‘Windows Embedded Handheld’

Sprint, Motorola and Microsoft have all teamed up to create a new smartphone. Called the ES400S, it runs a new operating system dubbed 'Windows Embedded Handheld'. The new phone is targeted at enterprise users and packs quite a punch. Here's the standard quick overview of what it delivers (from Sprint's press release): 3” VGA touchscreen 3.2 MP camera ...

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Windows Phone 7; “The First Phone designed to get you what you need and get you back to what matters”

Oh boy the new Windows Phone 7 is on its way. We have seen a barrage of leaks, pictures and all kinds of other information surrounding the new OS. In the past we have seen one “official” commercial that aired before a special showing of the movie Lawrence of Arabia. The commercial showed really nothing ...

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HTC’s Sense as we know it will not be found on WP7

A few days back HTC announced some new Android based smart phones. Within the midst of these announcements HTC went on further to launch the new HTC Sense that will work in conjunction with the two new devices. HTC claimed that Sense is no longer a UI and more of a service. With the new ...

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No tethering for WP7 when the starting gate opens

Don’t we love the internet? Yes we do. Just recently there has been much commotion or simple reporting if you will of a little bit of information surrounding WP7 devices. Just yesterday in fact the news came to light that WP7 devices would have the ability to tether there data connection, given the carriers compliance. ...

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HP’s Slate gets it’s 4 minutes of unofficial fame

 Presumably the next tablet to step into the ring with the iPad is the Samsung Galaxy Tab and we shall see how that goes. But what about other manufacturers that have been promising tablet goodness? Well folks with the holidays right around the corner and the New Year lurking as well, leaks like this are ...

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Full Spec sheet leak of the HD7

If you have been waiting on some more information to leak out surrounding the HTC HD7, well it seems your prayers may have been answered in the past few hours. Yesterday wmpoweruser.com went on a HD7 rampage showing off a schematic of the HD7’s profile then shortly after that leaking some real pictures of the ...

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MicroSoft’s WP7 will launch on ALL 5 major UK based carrier’s the day of

Microsoft will be launching their highly anticipated WP7 in the coming weeks. A mid to late October time frame has already been stamped on this new OS. However, until now it was unknown which carriers would get the said devices. Obviously the usual come to mind, but of course recent information has ousted any CDMA ...

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WP7 HD7 gets exposed

  The HD7 is growing on the industry; the elusive HD7 has been put through the rumor mill numerous times, just to be spit back out without even a glimpse of its actual workings. By now most under wraps models get pictured shortly after its specs are exposed. But not the HD7 from HTC it is ...

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WP7 HTC HD7 to hit abroad mid October

WP7 is slowly bubbling to the surface and as the days go by more bubbles pop at the top of the bucket. The HD7 which was originally pronounced HD3 was renamed to honor its fresh new operating system WP7. Earlier this month the name change and potential October 18th release date were spotted by Engadget ...

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WP7’s App market will be censored for the easily offended

Windows phone 7 is surely on the rise and is making some headway into the market. The manufacturers have been chosen, the networks seemingly narrowed down and the developers are hard at work building up the marketplace for a proper entry into the world. Recently however Microsoft has issued developer “guidelines” and it looks as ...

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HTC’s Sense finds a way onto WP7

HTC’ Sense UI is becoming more and more of what they called it recently a service option for mobile devices. Initial reports of Microsoft’s new WP7 project stated that the manufactures of the WP7 devices could not put their own UI over the top of WP7. However, conflicting information coming from HTC's Drew Bamford in ...

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Microsoft Celebrates WP7 with the Death of iPhone and BlackBerry

Some weird news out of Microsoft's Redmond, VA campus—employees at the company celebrated the release to manufacturing of Windows Phone 7 (WP7) by performing a mock funeral for the iPhone and BlackBerry this past Friday afternoon. Yeah. Complete with giant sized mockups of an iPhone and a BlackBerry which were transported around in hearses. Oh, ...

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How Would You Feel If Microsoft Buys RIM?

The comparisons between Research In Motion (RIM) and Palm have already started. A couple interesting articles by Dan Frommer from Business Insider that I have read recently hint that he thinks Microsoft should and may purchase RIM in the near future. To be honest, both Microsoft and Apple have enough money socked away to purchase RIM ...

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Both Android and iOS to Have More Market Share than RIM by 2011

Research In Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry line of smartphones are probably going to have to settle for third place in terms of US market share by 2011. Google's Android OS and the smartphones that it powers have already passed RIM this year in the States, and Apple's iPhone is on a definite upward climb that Gartner ...

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Samsungs new WP7 device

The beauty of a new gadget is reminiscent of well... love. The first time you took a look at the likes of an iPhone, a Droid X or even the likes of the Nokia 8800,  whether you used one or not, you have to admit they look good. Of course looks are not everything; however these ascetics are ...

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