Windows Phone 7 Looking to be an Entertainment Powerhouse

Sun, Mar 21, 2010

Mobile

I thought Windows Phone 7 was shaping up to be a true revolution in mobile operating systems considering the new, fresh interface that was introduced with it. Although I had heard about its new interface and how it was looking to shake things up in Microsoft land, I wasn’t aware of how it was going to be aimed at the Entertainment user.

Kotaku has reported that not only will you be able to play games on the platform but also read comics, stream netflix and track sporting events. As a former Windows Mobile, I have to say this is quite an interesting 180 degree turn that Microsoft has taken.

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  • Vijay C

    Windows Phone 7 Series will fail. It is unfinished, but Microsoft will release it anyway. It is 4 years late to market. Very few apps. It will get a cold reception when it is released, which will be its death knell.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=507238033 Talor Berthelson

    I agree Windows Phone 7 does have a lot of catching up to do. I don't know if it's necessarily too late but it looks like Microsoft is trying by putting the development tools in developer's hands as quickly as possible.