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Windows Mobile in pictures

  • New Windows Mobile UI images leaked out

    New Windows Mobile UI images leaked out

    While some of the announcements Microsoft plans to make at the Mobile World Congress have already leaked out, the new user interface on Windows Mobile 6.5 may pleasantly surprise mobile users when it is unveiled at the show.

News about Windows Mobile
  • Windows Mobile Growth Strong, Won't Match Android: IDC

    Microsoft's Windows Mobile OS will regain some of the smartphone market share it has lost recently - but will still be in last place in 2014, according to research firm IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker.

  • Phones could replay live sport, swap movies

    Crowds will be able to replay live action at sporting events using their mobile phones, and literally lay their taste in entertainment on the table using Microsoft’s Surface tablet.

  • Of smartphone owners, iPhone users are the most satisfied

    <a href="">Apple</a> 's <a href="">iPhone</a> came out on top in terms of customer satisfaction compared with other smartphones, according to a survey of 1,009 consumers who bought smartphones in the last six months.

Features about Windows Mobile
  • Windows Mobile 6.5: New features worth tapping into

    The release of Windows Mobile 6.5 is not the complete overhaul that users have been demanding. For that the smartphone-using public will have to wait for Windows Mobile 7, scheduled to release in the last quarter of 2010.

  • What's inside the Windows Mobile marketplace?

    You can stop holding your breath now: Windows Mobile 6.5 is here. Oh, come on -- I know you've been just dying to get your hands on Microsoft's new mobile OS, haven't you? Anyone? Hello?

  • Windows Mobile 6.5 won't fix Microsoft's mobile woes

    Microsoft has announced that the next incarnation of Windows Mobile, version 6.5, will hit the streets on October 6. Obviously, Microsoft would like it to be a huge success and reclaim some of the lost smart phone market share, but the real prize lies in Microsoft embracing other mobile operating system platforms.