Microsoft's Windows Phone Summit in San Francisco โ€“ A Sneak Peak

Everything from the new posters to the new featured devices, its all focused on what Microsoft has in store for mobility. When you walk in, make sure you have your mustache glasses on, because Microsoft’s new facial recognition software will spot you. Of course they have their new tablets on display and their updated, yet familiar Windows Phone interface with the quotes flying about the some 90,000 Windows Phone 7 applications now on the market. Which really is no comparison to Apples 550,000+, but note worthy just the same. Moving on to the big Windows 8 preview, noting that 7 of the top 9 reviewed phones on Amazon today are all Windows Phone 7 devices. This Summit is all about the Windows Phone. Read the full review here.



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