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Topic # 81554 14-Apr-2011 10:34
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  Reply # 458616 14-Apr-2011 10:57
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MIX 11 has been awesome. They showed off IE10 and Windows 8 running on Nvidia Tegra 2 chip yesterday without any hiccups and today's WP7 keynote was prob the best.

Looking forward to see some great apps using live tile agents, IE9 and better multitasking.




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Seriously good stuff happening with Mango. There's some serious thought behind the APIs and implementation. I was really lucky to witness some of this first hand up in Redmond a few weeks back.

So cool. Can't wait for Mango on Nokia phones. 

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 458771 14-Apr-2011 15:26
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And this Internet Explorer 9 demo says it all:





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Here is the today's keynote video of WP7 demo courtsey of Engadget.







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  Reply # 458791 14-Apr-2011 16:07
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freitasm: And this Internet Explorer 9 demo says it all:



Would be nice if it could do this here and now?! Like my WP but still has a fair bit of catch up to do. Good to see MS throwing a bit of weight behind it though



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  Reply # 458798 14-Apr-2011 16:14
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Neither the iOS or Android established themselves on their first release... Windows Phone is getting better with time. And you will get these features.




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