• Nokia Impresses Public with its New Flagship Windows Phone – Lumia 928

    Posted on May 13th, 2013 Polly | No comments

    Nokia’s latest flagship smartphone, the Lumia 928, is the company’s newest and best Windows Phone 8 smartphone. This upcoming device is an update to the 920, and will be an exclusive to Verizon. We’re happy to introduce the Nokia Lumia 928 before it hits Verizon Wireless later this month. The biggest feature of the world’s most innovative smartphone is that it’s significantly thinner and lighter than the 920, and retains the same optical stabilization, screen and guts as the original. It’s also been rumored to have some stunning features better than its predecessor. Below we have rounded up some basic features of this coming phone for your reference:

     

    Display:

    The most interesting thing about the display is that both phones have 4.5″ PureMotion HD+ and ClearBlack screens with a 1280×768 resolution under a sheet of Corning Gorilla Glass. But the 920 has an LCD IPS matrix under that chemically-hardened glass, while the 928 has an AMOLED display. Nokia says videos can be recorded in full HD, and the Lumia 928 screen has added features to work well even in direct sunlight. This phone is perfect for summer because the screen is easily readable, and the touchscreen works even if your fingertips are covered up. And when it comes to video watching, you can download YouTube videos to Lumia 928 for seamless playback on this wide and crisp screen.


    Stunning design:

    This phone was built to perform, but it is also a joy to hold. It has a clean design that’s thinner and lighter than its paperweight-like predecessor, the Lumia 920. The front of the Nokia Lumia 928 is dominated by a 4.5-inch OLED display covered by Gorilla Glass that extends all the way to the edge of the phone, bringing a quality feel.


    Battery:

    Speaking of the battery, the Lumia 928 is rocking 2000mAh of power under the hood. That’s exactly the same as the Lumia 920, so hopefully the Finnish manufacturer has done some tinkering under the hood to make it draw less juice.


    Imaging is king:

    The Nokia Lumia 928 features Nokia’s powerful PureView imaging technology, including Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), which makes it easy to capture blur-free pictures and videos every time, even in low-light. Along with OIS, the Nokia Lumia 928 features a Carl Zeiss lens – and photo buffs will love that a xenon flash is on board. It has a best-in-class 8.7 megapixel camera with improved flash.


    Advanced Loudspeaker, Mics:

    The Lumia 928 includes three microphones and an “advanced’ loudspeaker capable of up to 140db, which is a volume loud enough to cause permanent hearing damage.


    Processor and Storage:

    Comparatively, the Lumia 928 has exactly the same dual-core 1.5GHz processor, exactly the same 1GB of RAM, exactly the same 32GB of internal memory, and exactly the same 7GB of cloud storage as the Lumia 920.

    Operating System:

    The Nokia Lumia 928 runs Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system, which features a start screen that can be arranged to reflect individual priorities and animated Live Tiles for real-time updates on people and things.

    Connectivity:

    Taking a page from many of Verizon’s past devices, the Lumia 928 connects to Big Red’s 4G LTE network for fast data and the carrier pledges it will be “Global Ready,” meaning users can pop in GSM SIM cards to access cellular airwaves worldwide. NFC will be onboard as well for quick Bluetooth pairing with accessories.


    Availability:

    Lumia 928 will be sold exclusively through Verizon Wireless, and will be available in black or white starting May 16th for $99.99 on-contract after a $50 mail-in rebate. New owners will be getting $25 credit for Windows Phone app purchases for a limited time as well.


    The Lumia 928 now has officially been announced, will you be picking up the latest Windows Phone devices or wait for Lumia 928’s availability at Verizon on May 16th?

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  • Preview of Windows Phone 8 features before Windows Phone Developers Conference

    Posted on June 20th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Microsoft has just released its first tablet PC Surface days ago on the June 18th event. With the approaching of Windows Phone Developer’s Conference on Wednesday in San Francisco, what will Microsoft bring to us? Will we see the official release of Windows Phone 8? Well, even though Microsoft has been mute on the conference plan, it is for sure that the company will launch the Windows Phone 8 operating system. Riding a wave of momentum generated by the Surface tablet unveiled on Monday, Microsoft will be outlining plans for Windows Phone 8 on Wednesday as part of the company’s push to take on Apple and Google in the mobile market. Now, the concerns about Windows Phone 8 in fact should be what features of Windows Phone 8 will be introduced by Microsoft on the conference, but not whether it would be launched or not. The latest report from WPCentral’s Daniel Rubino has unveiled some exclusive information about Windows Phone 8 features, including consolidating Skype greatly, built-in Nokia maps, Windows Phone wallet, and more native codes for developers, etc. Check the following content to get the most possible features of Windows Phone 8 might include.

    Windows Phone 8

    Upgrade apps on Windows Phone 7: Not long before, some Microsoft stuff said all Windows Phone could be upgraded to Windows Phone 8 Apollo. But Microsoft cleared the rumors by claiming that the “upgrade” in fact means all apps on the existing Windows Phone 7 could be used on the new OS. It’s believed that Microsoft would give a satisfactory answer on whether other existing Windows Phones could be upgraded to Windows Phone 8 or not.

    Screen resolution: Screen resolution has been also a big concern on Windows Phone 8, as it could determine whether users could watch 720P video on Windows Phone 8 or enjoy 1080P videos on Windows Phone 8, just like the new iPad. The latest news from Daniel Rubino said that the new OS supports only 480×800, 768×1280 and 720×1280 screen resolutions.

    New UI: Will Windows Phone 8 user interface be the same as that of Windows Phone 7? Quite probably. Of course, there must be some differences.

    More native codes for developers: Just as leaked before, Daniel Rubino mentioned that the Windows Phone 8 would provide developers with more native codes, to enable developers develop more powerful and practical apps, and make it convenient for developers to transfer apps from iOS and Android to Windows Phones.

    Consolidate Skype and VOIP: It’s very possible that Microsoft would talk about how to deep consolidate Windows Phone 8 OS with Skype and third-party app VOIP.

    Combine Nokia maps: The cooperation between Microsoft and Nokia includes not only cell phones, but also background services. There’s great possibility of Windows Phone 8 OS combining Nokia Maps.

    Windows 8 core: One reason making Windows Phone 8 attractive is that it’s rumored it would adopt Windows NT core, which is the fundamental core of Windows 8.

    Apart from the above features, Daniel Rubino also predicted that Windows Phone 8 would add memory expansion function, NFC function and realize encoding on native BitLocker and security booting (business users), etc.

    All anticipations are really wonderful, but we still need to wait for the official release of Windows Phone 8. Wait and see what features Daniel Rubino got.

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  • Top 10 apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 devices to help you live a greener and more sustainable life

    Posted on May 2nd, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Earth Day is an annual celebration of the Earth intended to boost awareness and appreciation for nature and the environment. Actually, it’s more important for us to keep our own life green in our daily life, other than being aware of environmental protection on Earth Day only. And the real world is that along with the fast development of electronic products, like the favorite iPhone, Android phones, Windows Phone 7, and any other smartphones and devices, it has become more difficult for people to live a greener and more sustainable life. Energy consumption, waste production, global warming, all these have made our earth bare so much burdens. So, what can we do to protect our Mother Earth, but still have the right to make full use of our advanced communicational technologies and devices? What is the better way to use our smartphones but relieve earth’s burden at the same time? Well, here I have collected some top 10 apps for all Android, iOS and Windows Phone 7 smartphone users to use for a greener and more sustainable life. Check the bellow to get them.

    Green Outlet
    Green OutletIf you want to save electricity, Green Outlet would be your choice. Green Outlet can help cut your electricity usage by identifying which household appliances use the most energy. You select the appliances you use how frequently each day, and the app predicts your electric bill and carbon footprint. 99 cents for iPhone

    Plastic Analyzer
    Plastic AnalyzerPlastic Analyzer tells you what sort of plastics you use on a daily basis by searching via the plastic identification code. You can find details such as what products it is used in and whether it is easily recyclable. Free for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7

    iViro
    iViroIf you want to know your home energy consumption and how to save it, you can get iViro, which helps you check your home’s energy consumption and advises on upgrades and retrofits to save on your heating, electricity, and water bills. You can get a breakdown of your annual energy costs as well as monitor individual appliances, rooms, or multiple households. Free for iPhone

    Green Shine
    Green ShineGreen Shine is directory of environmental alternatives to commercial cleaning products. You only need a few basic ingredients to get started, like salt and vinegar, while solutions are organized by rooms and areas. $2.99 for iPhone

    Carticipate
    CarticipateGas will always be a big cost in our everyday life. But with Carticipate, you can save money on gas with its car-sharing scheme that pairs friends, co-workers, and groups to coordinate driving plans. You can manage multiple trips, including your rides to and from work, or one-timers such as going with a group of friends on a trip. Free for iPhone

    iTunes Cleaner
    Mac iTunes CleanerYou must also need an iTunes cleanup tool for your iTunes which could effectively clean up your music library on iTunes so as to let you enjoy music from your iTunes on iPhone or other iOS devices well organized and space saving.

    Meter Readings
    Meter ReadingsAnother energy saving app. Meter Readings keep track of your household energy usage. You can track multiple meters for electricity, heat, and water; add reminders for when it’s time to record readings; and suggest how to generate charts and graphics to evaluate your usage patterns. Free for iPhone

    Dirty Dozen
    Dirty DozenTo make your shopping more convenient and time saving on fruits and vegetables, Dirty Dozen, as a shopping guide app from EWG, helps you determine which fruits and vegetables have the most pesticide residues and how to avoid them. It lists the 12 most contaminated fruits and vegetables depending on their provenience, and it’s very straightforward. Free for iPhone and Android

    Locavore
    LocavoreFor food and seasonal transfer, you can refer to Locavore, a practical app all about seasonal and local food. It has listings for farms and farmers’ markets near you and information on what’s in season, as well as an integrated social network where you can share photos and rate sellers. Free for iPhone and Android

    GoodGuide
    GoodGuideIf you want to know whether the products you want to buy or have got are green, ethical, healthy, safe or not, GoodGuide could help you. Goodguide is a barcode-scanning app that tells you whether products are green, ethical, healthy, or safe, based on scientific ratings. It has information on 170,000 products from the U.S. only. Free for iPhone and Android

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  • Top 10 greatest Windows mobile smartphones ever that helped build Windows mobile Phones’ reputation

    Posted on April 10th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Nowadays, the mobile phone market has been developing in a tremendous fast way to provide worldwide users more excellent and user friendly mobile devices. Many mobile phone manufacturers aroused with competitive candidates to compete with each other in the fierce smartphone market, like the Apple iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy Note, HTC One X, etc. which act not even a simple smartphone, but rather a multimedia player to enable you fulfill your leisure entertainment by watching HD movies on them, not even to say the freshly released Nokia Lumia 900. In the modern smartphone market, Windows mobile phones play a big role and have become more and more popular along with the improvement of Windows mobile platform, like the upcoming release of Windows 8 OS. Microsoft’s very own Windows Phone has been building a lot of buzz of late – thank primarily to the highly coveted Nokia Lumia 900. There have been so many successful Windows Phones like the Nokia Lumia 900, Samsung Focus S, Dell Venue Pro, and HTC Titan II, which all easily all stand out as the premier of the crop, but long before them, Microsoft built its reputation around its aging Windows Mobile platform. Today, what we are going to mention are the phones that ever helped build Windows mobile phones’ reputation ever. We have got a top 10 list for that. Check bellow:

    LG eXpo

    LG eXpoAfter putting out the dismal LG Incite, AT&T got itself a beauty in the LG eXpo. Aside from it sporting a landscape style QWERTY keyboard, things that made this smartphone outstanding are that this device provided business users with the functionality of a fingerprint reader and an optional pico projector attachment. It could be said that this smartphone was mostly prepared for business users.

    HTC Touch

    HTC TouchThe HTC Touch became famous because it is the first device the manufacturer planned to the high-end smartphone since the landing of original iPhone, since which many manufacturers rushed into touchscreen hysteria. The HTC Touch first established the whole customized UI thing with Windows Mobile thanks to its TouchFLO interface.

    Samsung SGH-i760

    Samsung SCH i760If you’re a button aficionado, you would surely fall in love with Samsung SCH-i760. Despite donning a boring numeric name, the Samsung SCH-i760 was covered from head-to-toe with buttons all around – thus, making it one lovable smartphone for business class users. Sure it was massive because of its built-in keyboard, but it managed to pack on a numeric keypad and sizable touchscreen as well.

    Palm Treo 700w

    Palm Treo 700wPalm Treo 700w is the very first Palm made device to run Windows Mobile – as opposed to its own platform. Indeed, some saw it as blasphemy, but nevertheless, it embodied all of the wonderful aspects we associate with a Palm device. For example, it featured that wonderful portrait style QWERTY form factor.

    Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1

    Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1Everywhere we look nowadays, Sony’s line of smartphones has the XPERIA branding on them. Some people might forget that the XPERIA line actually didn’t start off with Android, but rather, it came to light with Windows Mobile in the form of the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1. In addition to being its first Windows Mobile smartphone, it flaunted one killer industrial design on top of its high-end specs.

    Samsung OMNIA

    Samsung OMNIAActually, not only does Samsung OMNIA get the credit for being the first OMNIA branded smartphone, but it was also the first respectable high-end offering from Samsung’s camp. It featured an optical trackpad, 5-megapixel snapper, 3.2” touchscreen, and supported both DivX and XviD out of the box.

    HTC Touch Pro2

    HTC Touch Pro2Simply, it’s one of HTC’s finest smartphones ever, as it balanced things out with its impeccable design for a QWERTY based smartphone. Thankfully, HTC brought back the tilting action with its touchscreen – essentially emulating the look of a laptop. Even to this day, it has probably one of the best landscape style keyboards around.

    Toshiba TG01

    Toshiba TG01Even though Toshiba is still trying to establish itself in the smartphone market right now, we have to give the TG01 some credit for the reasoning that it was the first to market with a 1GHz processor – something that seemed so awe-inspiring back then. Running Qualcomm’s 1GHz Snapdragon chip, it exuded a sense of speed in nearly everything it did. Additionally, it managed to pack an impressive 4.1” WVGA touchscreen and this cool looking paneled UI.

    Palm Treo Pro

    Palm Treo ProIf there was a Windows Mobile smartphone gunning at the BlackBerry form factor, the Palm Treo Pro was it! We can’t think of anything sexier looking using the portrait style QWERTY form factor other than this device. Interestingly enough, it was HTC that actually manufactured the Palm Treo Pro.

    HTC HD2

    HTC HD2Frankly, the HTC HD2 was in a whole league of its own, since it featured many things we tend to see so commonplace in today’s market. Certainly, it was a larger than life smartphone for its killer industrial design, a ridiculously large 4.3” WVGA display, and 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.

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  • Nokia released Lumia 900 in New York on the Times Square Event as 2012 Easter Sunday gift

    Posted on April 9th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    On Easter Sunday, Nokia has finally brought out the long anticipated new samrthone Lumia 900 on the Times Square Event in New York. Just before the release event of Nokia Lumia 900, Nokia promised that it would bring “a live performance with special guest”. No, we all know the special guest is the musical super star Nicki Minaj, who delivered an amazing audio visual experience in Times Square that brought New York City to a standstill. The Nokia Lumia 900 is really an amazing smartphone, which is available in three colors: black, cyan and glossary white, at only $99.99 from AT&T with a new two-year contract (Amazon cuts down that price to $20 or $50 depending on where you are with AT&T). It represents a number of firsts: it is the first high-end Windows Phone from Nokia to arrive in the U.S., it is the first 4G LTE smartphone from Nokia, and it is one of the first 4G LTE Windows Phones on the market.

    With the release event, let’s take a look at the Nokia Lumia 900 performance. Just like its precede Nokia Lumia 800, the Lumia 900 comes with stunning industrial design, great build quality, and a fantastic ClearBlack AMOLED display, great network performance, solid battery life, and a fast and fluid user interface due to Windows Phone 7.5. But of course, there are also some shortcomings of this new smartphone, like its weak performance in camera and shortage of apps to compete with its counterparts.

    Nokia Lumia 900The 4.3 inch Lumia 900 sports a ClearBlack AMOLED display with WVGA (480×800 pixels) screen resolution that features tremendous viewing angles, inky deep blacks, and punchy colors. The screen resolution may make it less wonderful to watch HD videos on Lumia 900, compared to its counterpart devices like 720P Android smartphones and Retina display smartphones. But with its large screen display, it still provides excellent experience for HD movie lovers for unlimited movie enjoyment on the go.

    The Lumia 900 is powered by the 1.4GHz single-core Qualcomm processor and 512MB of RAM, just as the Lumia 800 and Lumia 710 smartphones. The processor has no trouble pushing around the Windows Phone 7.5 Metro interface. Still, the fast and fluid interface is a joy to navigate and provides a very different experience than other smartphone platforms. Windows Phone 7.5 introduced a few new features to make it easier to navigate a long list of apps, but I feel that the app list could benefit from some sort of folder organization system, especially when there are a lot of apps installed on the phone.

    The back of the 900 features an 8 megapixel camera and LED flashlight. The eight megapixel camera, plus with wide-angle 28mm, f/2.2 Carl Zeiss lens, looks fantastic, but in practice it doesn’t live up to the hype. The Lumia 900 supports to record 720p video, which is better though with continuous autofocus while filming, sharp and good framerate, while compared to other phones on the market that are shooting 1080p clips. Also, it includes a 1MP front camera, which could be used for video chatting. But the image effect is really not that good.

    As to the apps available for Lumia 900, Nokia includes its ESPN and App Highlights apps into Lumia 900. You can also get a lot of AT&T services as well. Users could choose to install or uninstall apps available from the Windows Phone Marketplace, which has grown tremendously to over 70,000 apps by now. Of course, there are still a lot of apps missing in Lumia 900.

    The battery life also is an important element for a smartphone. The 1830mAh Nokia Lumia 900’s internal battery is not replaceable by users, but easily cruises through a full day of hard usage even on AT&T’s 4G LTE network. Nokia says the Lumia 900 is rated for 7 hours of talk time, but is really an “all-day” battery.

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  • Mobile CRM apps and services for iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phones and Blackberry devices to be roll out in Q2 from Microsoft

    Posted on February 7th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Microsoft announced on Monday that it will embrace rival mobile platforms and browsers with a planned second-quarter service update of its Microsoft Dynamics CRM application, including iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phones and Blackberry devices. “In today’s hyperconnected world, customers need to be able to access their business-critical data on the device of their choice,” said Dennis Michalis, general manager, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, in a statement. The Dynamics CRM service update will include a new cloud-based mobile CRM service called Microsoft Dynamics CRM Mobile. Check the bellow words from ZDNet writer Mary Jo Foley to get a more detailed acquaintance about the Microsoft Dynamics CRM event.

    Summary: Microsoft will deliver mobile versions of its Dynamics CRM app and service for iPad, iPhone, Android phone, BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7 in the second quarter of 2012.

    Some time between April and May of this year, Microsoft will roll out Dynamics CRM mobile clients and service simultaneously for the iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry devices.

    The coming mobile components — something some Windows Phone users have been asking about for years — will be part of the Dynamics CRM Q2 2012 service update, Microsoft officials said on February 6. (February 6 is the day when Microsoft is releasing its preview guide for its next update, which Microsoft has committed to provide 60 to 90 days before a new update is available to on-premises and online users.)

    All of the new mobile CRM releases will be ready at the same time and downloadable from their respective marketplaces on the same day, said Craig Dewar, Director of Product Management for Dynamics CRM.

    Here’s a Microsoft-supplied screen shot of what the Dynamics CRM app on the iPad will look like:

    CRM iPad DynamicsThe coming Dynamics CRM mobile clients/service starts at $30 per user, per month and supports the use of up to three devices per user. While this sounds pricey compared to the going rate for Office 365 and its component parts, it looks like it undercuts Salesforce’s comparable mobile-client offering, which starts at $65 per user per month. (Salesforce also has a free Mobile Lite CRM client with limited capabilities and connectivity, as does Microsoft, which still offers Mobile Express for Dynamics CRM.)

    In addition to adding mobile support to its platform, Microsoft also is stepping up its cross-browser support for Dynamics CRM users. With the Q2 update, users will have a choice of Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari running on PCs, Macs and iPads. Here’s a chart showing which versions will be supported on which platforms:

    Browser support Dynamics CRMThe Q2 update also will add more social capabilities, making Microsoft’s social CRM components look and feel even more like Facebook- and/or Salesforce Chatter. Users will have the ability to like/unlike status updates on their Activity Feeds and get improved filtering capabilities.

    Users of the on-premises version of the Q2 update also will have access to new Microsoft Excel Workbooks with pre-defined PowerPivot models and Power View Report templates to help them perform quick analyses in areas like product sales, customer demographics and sales pipelines. (Power View, a k a “Project Crescent,” is a new self-service business-intelligence feature in SQL Server 2012, which is due to launch on March 7.) Microsoft plans to add support for these enterprise capbilities to Dynamics CRM, too, at some point in the future, officials said.

    Microsoft officials said last year that the company planned to deliver quarterly updates (two major/two minor) to both its on-premises Dynamics CRM product and its hosted CRM Online one.

    The Dynamics CRM unit isn’t the only Microsoft division that is upping its cross-platform support.

    Microsoft already offers OneNote for the iPhone and iPad; a SkyDrive cloud-storage app for iPhone; a Lync client for Android; a Lync client for iPhone and Hotmail for Android. Company officials said late last year to expect even more mobile cross-platform app support from Microsoft in 2012, especially on Android devices.

    Source: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/microsoft/microsoft-to-deliver-crm-apps-for-ipad-iphone-android-windows-phone-in-q2/11822?tag=nl.e550

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  • Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712 jailbreak and updated new features

    Posted on August 1st, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    Most Windows Phone 7 Mango 7661 users must have received the update news about the Mango Build 7712 version. Compared with the previous 7661 version, the new updated Mango Build 7712 mainly updates in fixing some bugs and upgrading a few mobile phone functions. The Mango Build 7712 is just a very simple and little update for Windows Phone 7 users. And in this post, I would like to share some Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712 jailbreak directions and the new updated mobile phone features with all of you guys.

    I would firstly introduce the steps to update your Windows Phone 7 Mango 7661 to 7712. The premise of updating your Windows Phone 7 to 7712 version is that the existing mobile operation system is 7661 version. For users who would like to install jailbreak apps, please make sure you have made successful jailbreak. Taking Samsung Omnia 7 (i8700) as an example, when you connect your phone to your computer, Zune 4.8 would automatically remind you the available new update, click “Update Now” and wait for the update completed.

    Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712

    When the update is successful, your mobile would restart automatically and you would find your staring up logo of your mobile phone turns to red. After the update, your jailbreak would be default as ineffective. You need to restart them. Input “##634#” on the dialing interface to enter Service Menu and input “*#9908#” to enter GPRS Manager, then choose previous imported unlock configurations and click “Save” to restart jailbreaking.

    GPRS Manager Unlock

    After that, return to the main menu and select the previous installed Samsung Tools (if not able to enter this app, do the above settings again), and check all 4 options to confirm. When the prompt shows the mobile phone needs to restart, confirm that. Now, the jailbreak of your Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712 update has been jailbroke successfully.

    Well, now, let’s take a look at what new updated features the Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712 brings. Firstly some major updates for some popular apps:

    1. Twitter has been consolidated to the “What’s New Feeds”, with the instant upgrading notice showed in the big “Me” icon on the screen.

    2. Five Hubs (People/Zune/Pictures/Zune/Marketplace hub) owns more vivid dynamic effects.

    3. Visual Voicemail interface adjusted for more convenient use.

    4. Supports to share Twitter page links through Twitter.

    5. Multi-task Manager interface rolls fast with up to 5 apps available to start, not slowly rolling one by one, and less screen space required.

    Other minor updates:

    1. Consolidated LinkedIn.

    2. Paste icon shows only content copied or cut in clipboard.

    3. Copy and paste sounds better, like digital water-drop.

    4. New Windows starting-up logo.

    5. No square icon for People Hub in Groups.

    6. In Music + Videos Hub, the random play button moved to the bottom and previous triangle icon changed to music marks, and the Marquee content has been arranged in alphabetical order.

    7. In Bing Maps, Me button icon has been changed.

    8. Optimized Bing Map search results.

    9. When the text inputting jumps to a new paragraph, the first letter would be automatically capitalized.


    To sum up, the Windows Phone 7 Mango Build 7712 mostly upgrades in minor functions, no new apps along. In the end, let’s watch the Build 7712 operation demo to get a close look:

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  • New Windows Phone 7 Mango Specs: User friendly Custom ringtones are coming

    Posted on June 29th, 2011 David Brooks | No comments

    It has been all known that the next generation of Windows Phone, Windows Phone 7 Mango, will come out this fall. Right yesterday, the Windows team blog released another great improvement of Windows Phone 7 Mango, which has settled the long anticipated custom ringtone problem. The upcoming Windows Phone 7 Mango would provide users with user-friendly ringtone customization function.

    Windows Phone 7 Mango

    One possibility of this long expected upcoming function is that an additional option “Save as Ringtone” will be added for you to add your customized sound, audio or music, which would help you turn your customized files into a unique ringtone on Windows Phone 7 Mango. In Mango, any Marketplace app that revolves around sound or music—karaoke apps, sound effect apps, DJ apps, music instrument apps—potentially become a source of new custom ringtones for your phone.

    Custom Ringtone

    Yet, the Mango will provide users the chance to customize ringtones with some restrictions, shows as bellow:

    1. 39 seconds or shorter

    2. Smaller than 1 megabyte (MB)

    3. Saved in MP3 or WMA format

    4. Not copy-protected (i.e. DRM free)

    The detailed tutorial of how to do this would be out along with the street date of Windows Phone 7 Mango. For Zune users, when you have customized an audio file that meets the above conditions, just save it in the Genre of Ringtone and then you could sync your customized ringtone to the Windows Phone 7 Mango, showed in the bellow picture:

    Custom Ringtone Zune

    Besides the function of customizing ringtones in Windows Phone 7 Mango, it also provides some new native Microsoft ringtones for users.

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