Here’s an interesting question: How do you send a contact stored in your Windows Phone’s contact list over text message? We’ll let’s see what you are allowed to do in Windows Phone 7’s Metro UI: Go to Messaging Select a Continue reading How To Send Contact Information In Text Messages From Windows Phone 7?
Chris Walsh (a.k.a. @ChrisWalshie on Twitter) is a Windows Phone 7 developer. He is well known for his participation and contributions to the ChevronWP7 aplication that allows for “sideloading” apps from other sources than the Windows Phone Marketplace. Chris Walsh, Continue reading Windows Phone 7 Update Set To Be "Massive"
I am posting this article from a new tool that was just released. The tool is called BloghuB and will connect with all sorts of blog engines. You can download it as a trial that will be fully functional for Continue reading BloghuB helps post from Windows Phones
After yesterday’s launch, everyone went post-crazy. In our case, we took our time, we’re analyzing what is being announced and looking at the implications of what’s coming, where and from whom. We are now able to post a quick recap, Continue reading Windows Phone 7 – More Details
Yesterday (September 1) Terry Myerson, VP of Windows Phone Engineering, Microsoft officially posted in his blog that Windows Phone 7 just went into RTM stage. RTM, short for Release To Manufacturing is the stage where there are no more changes Continue reading Windows Phone 7 Goes RTM!
It was announced that Windows Phone 7 will be launched with no less than 60 titles available for trial, purchase or free download in the Xbox Live hub. Some titles are from well known franchises such as Halo: Waypoint, Castlevania, Continue reading Windows Phone 7 Gaming Primed for Launch!
Some people with developer Windows Phone 7 devices have not quite discovered this feature yet, but voice recognition is embedded into most Windows Phone 7 functions. WP7 comes with the service powered by TellMe, one of the largest cloud-based voice Continue reading Windows Phone 7 Includes Voice Recognition
Smokescreen, this is a great name for a tool that allows iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users run Flash content. On top of that it is a great name considering the developer behind it is actually called Chris Smoak. For Continue reading Flash Content on iPads, iPhones and most likely all other Mobile Devices!!!