Samsung launched it’s high-end Omnia W handset through Telstra this week. The Omnia W appears to be the first second-generation Windows Phone 7 handset to launch in Australia. Samsung wouldn’t comment on the release of the Omnia W this week, but Telstra is openly advertising the handset through its website on plans...

Microsoft has taken a very different stance with its products recently. When Microsoft’s Xbox first debuted back in 2001, part of the strategy was to keep the Xbox separate from Windows. Back in 2001 there was certainly a mix of emotions when regarding Windows in general (though it really didn’t get bad until...

Microsoft’s Phone President Andy Lees showed off three AT&T-branded Windows Phone 7 (Mango) phones today. This is an indication of some of the Windows Phones that will be coming out this holiday season. AT&T’s HTC Titan True to its name, the HTC Titan from AT&T has the biggest display of the bunch at 4.7 inches, which...

Nokia and Samsung are both planning to spend millions of dollars on Windows Phone 7.5 marketing campaigns this Christmas. Microsoft is reportedly donating $44 million to Nokia and Samsung’s advertising campaigns, ahead of device launches in the coming weeks. Nokia will receive around $31 million of funding to promote...

Can Windows phone Mango outsmart the market that has developed for Android? Will Microsoft be able to gain control on Apple’s market share with their new venture? Samsung Omnia with Windows Phone Mango has been released and consumers can only pray that Mango can overcome the shortcomings of Windows Phone 7. With more...

As an Apple Iphone owner, I cannot lie – this subject bores me to tears but it is news so here we go. And yes, you can flame me all you want, I’ll just make it a new post. Anyway, Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” update is now available for download. Today, Microsoft started pushing out device updates to a...

So there has been a back and forth regarding Microsoft’s Windows Phone and location tracking services. Microsoft has sworn up and down ( to the U.S. House of Representatives) that: 1. User Choice and Control. Microsoft does not collect information to determine the approximate location of a device unless a user has...

Microsoft has begun to accept Mango apps. Developers are now able to submit their applications in anticipation of the Windows Phone 7.5 launch in the coming months. The updated apps will allow developers to take advantage of new Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” specific APIs including gyroscope support, app multitasking and...