Windows Phone 7 Wont Partake When Bing Mobile Goes HTML5

Microsoft announced today that Bing Mobile will receive an update that will include a change to the core HTML5 code. This means the updated BING site is now available on any mobile device that supports the updated HTML5 code. Android and iOS are already ready to go however, somehow, Windows Phone 7 isn't ready and won't have the necessary support until later this year!

Google might have the market cornered on the mobile search engine, but Microsoft is creeping up the rear

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