No, you’re not going to get the functionality of Windows Phone 7 Series with this setup, but you can get a taste of the look and feel with the Omnimo UI for Rainmeter.
Word circling ’round the Internet is that Windows Phone 7 Series is going to be running with several of the same limits that have shackled the iPhone, namely lack of cut/copy/paste and running multiple third-party apps, not to mention lack of removable storage and a centralized app store. It’s almost as if they want to […]
We may still be some time from Microsoft and partners bringing Windows Phone 7 Series bringing phones to market, but that doesn’t stop the news from coming out about the new platform. Microsoft is revealing some of its app launch partners and for the most part the names are pretty familiar. Here are some of […]
Leaked documents (always the best kind) via WM PowerUser layout the application platform for WP7S, and it’s all about XNA and Silverlight. XNA isn’t surprising given it’s the framework used for the XBox, part of Microsoft’s entertainment division, but Silverlight, as a competitor to Adobe Flash, creates an interesting situation.