Windows Phone 7: What! No Copy/Paste?

While the new Windows Mobile 7 OS made a big splash yesterday, there is one aspect synonymous with Windows that most people take for granted each day, the Copy and Paste. Thats one function that we wont see in the new mobile OS, not at least until sometime in early 2011. And while the other popular mobile OSs don't offer this basic function, most viewers will be expecting this seemingly simple function on their new smart phone.

What made Windows, Windows is not available on the new Windows Mobile OS until 2011

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