Microsoft MIX10: Next Web Now is a 3 day conference for web designers and developers building the world’s most innovative web sites from today, March 15-17 at Las Vegas. The event premiers notable announcements on Windows Phone 7 alongside with new applications and handsets that will run the new OS. Meanwhile I will not do much of the talking now and will keep my mouth or finger shut as we held on Engadget coverage at the event. Hit on the continue link for the span of major reports happening at MIX10.
- Three Windows Phone 7 Series devices, all in a row
- Microsoft confirms accuracy of old, pre-‘reboot’ Windows Mobile 7 leaks
- Windows Phone 7 Series targeted at 38 year-old ‘life maximizers’
- Confirmed: HTC HD2 will not be upgraded to Windows Phone 7 series
- Windows Phone 7 Series will be WVGA only at launch, HVGA later
- Ballmer’s visage evoked for ‘developers, developers, developers’ demo app on Windows Phone 7 Series
- Samsung Windows Phone 7 Series handset makes the scene
- Windows Phone Marketplace for Windows Phone 7 Series unveiled
- Microsoft announces Windows Phone 7 Series dev partners and details apps: Sling, Pandora, Foursquare and Xbox gaming (video!)
- Netflix prototyped for Windows Phone 7 Series
- Microsoft tells its Windows Phone 7 Series developer story, tools available today
This reports are scattered all over the web, so I have decided to make it comfortable for you to browse in. Anyways, feel free to comment on what you think. Microsoft had just nailed an ice breaker with Apple’s iPad pre-order mania. Don’t you think so?