First Windows Phone 7 Update To Land February 7?

We've been hearing for a while that the first smallish update to Windows Phone 7, codenamed NoDo, is "coming soon" but without any real news as to when it's meant to arrive. A recent update to Microsoft's support site has just been put up to deal with "Troubleshooting problems during software update for Windows Phone 7," the clear implication here that there's going to be an … [Read more...]

Chris Walsh Runs Through WP7.1 Features


Chris Walsh, one of the guys behind ChevronWP7, has been chatting to the WP7 team for a couple of days now, and has put up a blog post about the new features expected in the update to Windows Phone 7. Assumedly Windows Phone 7.1, codenamed NoDo, will definitely bring copy and paste as well as speed improvements to the platform. Walsh points out that one of the limitations of … [Read more...]

ChevronWP7 Will Not Work On Next Version Of Windows Phone 7

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ChevronWP7 developer Chris Walsh, who is currently having a nice fireside chat with Microsoft about jailbreaking and app development, as confirmed that ChevronWP7 will not work on the next update for WP7. The minor update, known as NoDo is rumored to bring copy and paste as well as minor other bug fixes — including the death of Chevron. Over Twitter, Walsh retweeted what a … [Read more...]

Mozart And Omnia To Go CDMA, WP7.1 To Come In Next 60 Days

MobilityDigest have done a good thing, and at CES have gotten some incredibly good info about the future of WP7. Here are a few tidbits, hit up the link for everything in detail: The Windows Phone 7 update won't be coming this month, but rather within 30-60 days. It'll bring updated Marketplace search, copy and paste, CDMA support. HTC Mozart and Samsung Omnia will both … [Read more...]

Microsoft Puts Out Press Release On January Update


Microsoft has put out a press release about the upcoming update, talking about copy and paste, app speed increases and changes to the market. Here it is: Copy and paste Soon you’ll be able to copy text from emails, text messages, web pages, and Office Mobile documents, and paste it anywhere you can type. Using copy and paste is easy and intuitive. In many cases you just … [Read more...]