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Microsoft will be porting their Zune HD apps over to Windows Phone

This is excellent news, and not just for us Zune HD owners like me that love Musicquiz and Audiosurf Tilt. Number one, we actually have some developers that have developed titles for Zune that aren’t Microsoft employees or aren’t on the Zune team. And those guys are very welcome to go and create apps for Windows Phone any time they like. The apps that we have built internally for Zune, we’re actually looking at porting those over to Windows Phone. Right now, our focus for the app team is, more apps for Zune. Zune owners would like to hear that

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Microsoft legitimise jailbreaking on Windows Phone

Apple go into a subtle fight against people unlocking their hardware. Sony, especially in the case of the PSP, throw new firmwares and forced updates to try and keep the system locked down. Microsoft tried that with Windows Phone for a bit before ChevronWP7 was released last year which unlocked the handsets, And Microsoft promptly invited the team to Seattle, and the result is that anyone can unlock their Windows Phone handset to run "homebrew" software in return for a small payment to the Chevron developers (I know, how quaint!). Still, Windows Phone need developers, and if doing smart things

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Nokia should be pleased at Evernote’s debut on Windows Phone

From day one, Evernote has been committed to building native desktop, web and mobile versions. In the past three years, we’ve build over 13 different versions of Evernote for just about every major platform out there. Today, we’re adding another. Say hello to the much-anticipated Evernote for Windows Phone 7! And remember that every new Web service that explores Windows Phone is another "ooh, that’s available as well!" moment of joy when Nokia launch their first Windows Phone, perhaps before the end of the year. If they’re going to be judged by applications as well as hardware, this is yet

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