Posts tagged with: WP7 Videos
  • by | May 21, 2012 9:11 AM

    Most new-phone launches go the same way: usually the press gets review units before they're widely available, and we get to use them for a few days -or a week if we're lucky- as we work on our review. Then press day arrives. The embargo on media coverage lifts, and everyone posts their reviews and videos at the same time. It's a huge frenzy, commenters go nuts, and it's a giant explosion of frantic opinion-sharing activity. For about ... a day. And then it all goes away. Sure, there's followup coverage as people find bugs and hidden features, but after that initial blast, not many people ...

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  • by | January 3, 2012 5:27 AM

    In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, help you translate using your voice, and get great deals with online coupons. To download these apps directly to your WP7 device, just click on the title of the application and the Zune software will automatically launch to the app in Marketplace. If you have the free Microsoft Tag app installed on your WP7 smartphone just snap a picture of the Tag image and the mobile Marketplace will navigate to that app. Coupons – A free application With Coupons ...

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  • by | November 29, 2011 6:54 AM

    In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, allow you to control your computer from anywhere on the network, and use your Windows Phone 7 smartphone as a compass. To download these apps directly to your WP7 device, just click on the title of the application and the Zune software will automatically launch to the app in Marketplace. If you have the free Microsoft Tag app installed on your WP7 smartphone just snap a picture of the Tag image and the mobile Marketplace will navigate to that app. ...

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  • by | October 24, 2011 8:50 PM

    In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, allow you to share you location, and find recipes based upon what ingredients and how much time you have. To download these apps directly to your WP7 device, just click on the title of the application and the Zune software will automatically launch to the app in Marketplace. If you have the free Microsoft Tag app installed on your WP7 smartphone just snap a picture of the Tag image and the mobile Marketplace will navigate to that app. AllRecipes – A ...

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  • by | October 18, 2011 4:03 AM

    In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, allow you to stream music to your Windows Phone 7 smartphone, and find points of interest around you area. To download these apps directly to your WP7 device, just click on the title of the application and the Zune software will automatically launch to the app in Marketplace. If you have the free Microsoft Tag app installed on your WP7 smartphone just snap a picture of the Tag image and the mobile Marketplace will navigate to that app. ...

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  • by | October 10, 2011 9:19 PM

    In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will keep you entertained, allow you to play music videos directly from your Windows Phone 7 smartphone, and view all of the Wikipedia entries around you. To download these apps directly to your WP7 device, just click on the title of the application and the Zune software will automatically launch to the app in Marketplace. If you have the free Microsoft Tag app installed on your WP7 smartphone just snap a picture of the Tag image and the mobile Marketplace will navigate to ...

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  • by | September 3, 2011 2:51 AM

    We couldn't very well give some hands-on attention to the HTC Titan while neglecting its little brother, the HTC Radar, so we sought the smartphone out at IFA in Berlin to get some time with it as well. If it wasn't for a few Mango-specific quirks, you'd be forgiven for thinking the Radar was a refresh of a first-wave Windows Phone device rather than entirely new hardware. That's not necessarily a bad thing, though, as it helps keep costs down, providing multiple price points of entry for users considering making the jump to Windows Phone. It's harder to see existing WP7 users migrating to ...

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  • by | September 2, 2011 2:58 PM

    HTC just revealed its Titan Windows Phone 7 handset yesterday, and we got a chance to check the phone out first-hand at the IFA in Berlin. If you were worried that a 4.7-inch screen might be overkill, you'll be relieved to know that it really doesn't feel like an oversized device once you've got it in your hand. We've obviously got plenty of experience with Mango thanks to its beta phase, but this was out first opportunity to see hardware built with Mango in mind from the ground-up; suffice to say, it looks and feels great. HTC has yet to spill all the beans on release plans for the Titan, ...

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  • by | August 24, 2011 2:44 PM

    Watch our first ever Windows Phone View as we go through the launch of the AU IS12T which is the result of a joint venture between Toshiba And Fujitsu and which will be the first Windows Phone to be launched in Japan and with Mango out of the box. We also talk about the recent announcement of a Nokia/Microsoft event where we all expect to see the fruit of their collaboration in the launch of their first Windows Phone 7. We breeze through the rumors of future HTC, Samsung and LG Windows Phones for September, talk about Anton's step by step tutorial on how to get Mango on your current device ...

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  • by | June 28, 2011 10:11 AM

    Back when the original Windows Phone 7 was released, one of the most annoying things about it was the lack of landscape view support especially on devices like the HTC Pro 7, HTC Arrive, and LG Quantum which included a landscape sliding keyboard. Unfortunately landscape support was very inconsistent. What has changed in Windows Phone 7.5 Mango? Well, it turns out, not so much. We've been told that Mango will include enhanced landscape support, but in our unfinished preview device we still saw plenty of unfortunate inconsistencies. Of course, the device we're using does not have a landscape ...

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  • by | February 9, 2011 9:05 PM

    Remember that HTC 7 Pro that was floating around a while back, but certainly wasn't released back when all the other Windows Phone 7's came out? We just got one and we're going to unbox it. This is the European GSM version and you can get it from Clove.co.uk. Of course it's only got the European 3G UMTS bands, so if you're in the U.S.A. like me, you're only going to get EDGE speeds. That's okay though, 'cause check out that keyboard and spring-loaded tilting screen! What do you think so far? Stay tuned for more about this great hardware design and what kind of software ...

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  • by | January 25, 2011 8:24 AM

    In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will entertain, find that next place to live, and share photos. To download these apps directly to your WP7 device, just click on the title of the application and the Zune software will automatically launch to the app in Marketplace. If you have the free Microsoft Tag app installed on your WP7 device just snap a picture of the Tag image and the mobile Marketplace will navigate to that app. Electric Beams – A free application Electric Beams is a unique puzzle game in which you ...

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  • by | January 18, 2011 9:05 AM

    In this episode of the Windows Phone 7 App Roundup we demonstrate five applications in 30 seconds each. These apps will help you check up on the weather forecast, stay in touch with the current events, and be entertained with a few game titles. To download these apps directly to your WP7 device, just click on the title of the application and the Zune software will automatically launch to the app in Marketplace. If you have the free Microsoft Tag app installed on your WP7 device just snap a picture of the Tag image and the mobile Marketplace will navigate to that app. AP Mobile – A free ...

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  • by | December 10, 2010 12:12 PM

    You may have heard of Microsoft's "Three Screens and the Cloud" mantra for describing software and services that works on your television, personal computer, and mobile phone; all of which have different screens and different uses. The idea is that the three screens should work better together. Well, we've already started seeing some of this come to fruition with Windows Phone 7. The Zune desktop software will actually remember where you stopped watching a video, or podcast and sync that time code with a Windows Phone 7 that also has that video or podcast in it's storage memory. In other ...

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  • by | September 23, 2010 3:10 PM

    Many consider Windows Phone 7 to be the successor of Windows Mobile 6.5. While that may be true from a product cycle standpoint, the operating systems are totally different in every way (heck, you can't sync Windows Phone 7 directly with Outlook!). In this video we show you just how different the platforms are, not only visually, but fundamentally. In a lot of ways, Windows Mobile and Windows Phone 7 are complete opposites (by design): Windows Mobile is extremely customizable, but sometimes unstable (requiring the user to soft reset a few too many times per week), while Windows Phone 7 is ...

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