Microsoft: copy and paste coming to Windows Phone 7 "in a matter of weeks"

Windows Phone 7 is a huge step for Microsoft to be competitive in the smartphone arena, and to not have their staple feature in their new OS just seems down right silly. Similar to Apple's iPhone which first shipped without multitasking and cut-and-paste now Microsoft is repeating the same mistake three years later. The good news, the basic Windows feature will be available with in weeks.

One of the major features that makes Windows, Windows, is coming to Windows Phone 7

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