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  1. Industry News
    Say goodbye to Zune and hello to Xbox Music. Microsoft is launching a new digital streaming service to compete head on with Apple's iTunes, Amazon's Cloud Player and the slew of other services blanketing the music scene such as Rdio, Pandora and Spotify. Current users of the Xbox in 15 markets...
  2. Industry News
    Worldwide Sales of Smartphones is expected to increase 55 percent in 2011 according to IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracking report. The firm predicts 472 million smartphones will be shipped in 2011 compared to roughly 305 million units shipped in 2010 Smartphone sales are expected to...
  3. Smartphone/Tablet (Android, Blackberry & iOS)
    Microsoft confirmed on Tuesday that developers shouldn't expect to have access to a clipboard to allow users to copy and paste. "We don't enable copy and paste and we do that very intentionally," Windows Phone executive Todd Brix said in an interview. Hmm, another reason why MS is being left...
  4. Industry News
    Worldwide smartphone sales will grow by 29 per cent year-over-year to reach 180 million units in 2009, overtaking notebooks in total unit terms according to Gartner Inc. Currently smartphones account for 14 per cent of overall mobile device sales, but Gartner expects by 2012 they will make up...
  5. Smartphone/Tablet (Android, Blackberry & iOS)
    LG Electronics, the world's third largest mobile handset maker, and Microsoft this week announced a deal that would dramatically increase the number of LG phones running Windows Mobile.
  6. Smartphone/Tablet (Android, Blackberry & iOS)
    Pandora, a popular personalized Internet radio service, today announced the release of its Pandora application for Windows Mobile users with the Verizon HTC XV6900, the Sprint MotoQ9c and the Sprint HTC Touch The company says the application will feature the same functionality as the online...
  7. Bell Mobility, Solo and Virgin Mobile
    Bell Mobility serves up new customizable user interface for its Windows smartphones Sounds like they are trying to turn them into iPhone clones.
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