Microsoft's WP7 Mango Now Ready for Carrier Testing

WEBINAR:
Live

Full Text Search: The Key to Better Natural Language Queries for NoSQL in Node.js


Date: 1/31/2018 @ 2 p.m. ET

Windows Phone 7 users will be excited to know that the Windows Phone 7 (WP7) update, codenamed Mango, is now in the hands of cellular carriers for certification and testing. Manufacturers have already been working with the new OS, and the upcoming September launch is right on track.

WP7 device sales have not been as brisk as Microsoft had hoped for, but reviews have been good, and customer satisfaction is high with those who are using the devices. New apps have been released for the OS, including Evernote and IM+), and a slew of new features (over 500) included with the Mango update have provided developers with new opportunities for creating engaging, interactive applications.

Windows Phone 7 users will be excited to know that the Windows Phone 7 (WP7) update, codenamed Mango, is now in the hands of cellular carriers for certification and testing. Manufacturers have already been working with the new OS, and the upcoming September launch is right on track.

View Article



Comments

  • There are no comments yet. Be the first to comment!

Leave a Comment
  • Your email address will not be published. All fields are required.

Top White Papers and Webcasts

  • Using Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, colleges and universities are linking anything and everything to create new applications that elevate the campus experience. It's called a Smart Campus. And it's transforming campus life for students, faculty and visitors. When everything is connected, devices and applications can interact with users and with each other in ways that weren't possible before: digital classrooms, connected campus ID cards, connected lighting and building environmental systems and …

  • For the first time in decades, IT leaders now consider all-flash storage as a strategic IT asset.  IT has become a new operating model that enables self-service with high performance, density and resiliency. It also offers the self-service agility of the public cloud combined with the security, performance, and cost-effectiveness of a private cloud.  Download this MIT Technology Review paper to learn more about how all-flash storage is transforming the data center.

Most Popular Programming Stories

More for Developers

RSS Feeds

Thanks for your registration, follow us on our social networks to keep up-to-date