Microsoft On Copy & Paste, Including Changes Coming With Mango

For many Windows Phone users, the NoDo update that included copy & paste just didn't seem like it needed so much development time. Many users had to wait months and months for the update, which primarily focused on copy and paste functionality. Microsoft released an interesting article which focuses on the "queen of copy and paste." That queen is Priyanka Singhal, program … [Read more...]

Twitter Updates Terms of Service, Developers Held to High Standards


On March 11, Ryan Sarver of Twitter released a statement announcing that Twitter has updated their Terms of Service. Specifically, the changes are directed at development of third party applications (both desktop and mobile) that implement Twitter through APIs and other means. The changes are very much against developers, in a way, as they put Twitter at a position to … [Read more...]

Windows Phone Marketplace Changes & Information

Todd Brix, over at the Windows Phone Developer Blog, posted Tuesday March 8 a whole list of changes, updates and information on the Windows Phone Marketplace. There is information on trial use, Ad Control, the Global Publisher Program, and changes to policies. We will quote a few of the biggest details below, but if you are a developer we urge you to hope on over at the source … [Read more...]

Windows Phone Roadmap Event on May 25


Microsoft is planning a May 25 event in London to further detail the future of Windows Phone and its devices. It is expected that more details will also be revealed about the "Mango" updated expected later this year. Although NoDo is still missing (including it's pre-NoDo update), Microsoft is hard at work on the expected biggest update of this year, referring to "Mango." The … [Read more...]

ST-Ericsson Prepared to Offer Chipsets with Nokia WP7 Devices

In an interview by Reuters at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Greg Sullivan, a senior product manager at Microsoft, stated "Adding support to new hardware ... is absolutely part of our strategy." With that statement, ST-Ericsson (STMicroelectronics and Ericsson) announced at the trade show that they will have chipsets available for Nokia WP7 Devices. … [Read more...]