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HTC Windows Phone 7.5 Mango smartphones tipped

HTC Windows Phone 7.5 Mango smartphones tipped

We are going to file this in the rumor section until there is more confirmation, but this is an interesting rumor. HTC is more an Android smartphone maker in my mind, but over the years, the company has held close ties to Windows Mobile operating systems as well. It would be no surprise to see HTC offering up more Windows Phone 7.5 handsets once the Mango update lands. A new rumor that popped up claims just that.

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Microsoft Windows Phone “Mango” Update To Get VIP Preview On May 24th

Microsoft Windows Phone “Mango” Update To Get VIP Preview On May 24th

Microsoft's Windows Phone platform is long due for the next update. Since launch of the platform late last year, only one update has been distributed so far that brought the much needed copy and paste feature. Hence, WP7 users are anxious for the next update codenamed "Mango" and possibly rebranded as Windows Phone 7.5, that should bring a whole slew of additional improvements including multi-tasking.

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Microsoft confirms Mango will be branded as Windows Phone 7.5

Microsoft confirms Mango will be branded as Windows Phone 7.5

When it comes to the branding of the Mobile phone operating systems that are on the market, today the companies handle what they call the new flavors differently. Apple simply changes the number on its iOS to match a new update. Google on the other hand makes a big deal out of new statues to go along with the Android OS that are named after desserts. Microsoft has now confirmed that its next version of the Windows Phone OS, called Mango bringing the OS to 7.5, will be called Windows Phone 7.5.

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Microsoft Reveals Details of Mango

Microsoft Reveals Details of Mango

Microsoft has given the most detailed look yet into Mango, the newest version of Windows Phone, at its annual show for Web and phone developers, Mix11. Microsoft's Joe Belfiore also assured us all that the rocky start that Microsoft has had in the phone platform is now behind it, and this new OS will be rolled out without glitches. Read more about the details of Mango after the cut.

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Windows Phone “Mango” update may slip to 2012; Could delay Nokia

Windows Phone “Mango” update may slip to 2012; Could delay Nokia

Microsoft may still be working on getting the NoDo update out to Windows Phone users, but there's already talk that the more significant "Mango" update - expected to bring multitasking, Internet Explorer 9 with partial HTML5 support, and other feature boosts - may not even arrive in 2011. According to WindowsITPro, Mango will only be finalized by the end of the year, and their sources reckon that Microsoft's ambitious promise to ship to consumers before 2011 is out "is a near impossibility."

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Windows Phone 7 1st update due for CES reveal; 2nd “Mango” update will trick out browser

Windows Phone 7 1st update due for CES reveal; 2nd “Mango” update will trick out browser

Microsoft's first Windows Phone 7 update is expected to be announced at the company's keynote at CES 2011 this week, though it's unlikely to make it out to carrier distribution until February. That's the word from Windows Phone Secrets' Paul Thurrott, who says the first update will add copy and paste functionality along with support for the Qualcomm 7×30 chipset, a CDMA location stack, and a number of software fixes.

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Windows Phone 7 Mango Update Coming Late 2011, Source Claims

Windows Phone 7 Mango Update Coming Late 2011, Source Claims

We already know that an update is coming to Windows Phone 7. In fact, there's a pretty robust rumor floating around that suggests there will actually be two updates coming in the first part of 2011, suggested to be January in February. Those updates are supposed to be small, with the first one focusing on bringing more elements to Windows Phone 7, like Copy & Paste, while the second one in February may focus more on the developers out there. But, according to a source speaking with ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley, a huge update is coming to Windows Phone 7 in the later part of 2011.

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Pure Jongo T6 and T2 expand Sonos-rival range

Pure Jongo T6 and T2 expand Sonos-rival range

Streaming speaker company Pure has revealed the latest models in its assault on Sonos, with the Jongo T2 and Jongo T6 arriving ahead of the renamed Pure Connect Spotify rival due to hit the US in September. Slotting in as Pure's cheapest all-in-one streaming speaker, the $149 Jongo T2 has 3-inch drivers and a 20W Class D amp, while the $349 Jongo T6 sits at the top of the range with 100W split between two 5.25-inch drivers.

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HTC One Max Robert Downey Jr full-length teaser appears [UPDATE]

HTC One Max Robert Downey Jr full-length teaser appears [UPDATE]

While just a couple of bits and pieces were spilled yesterday, overnight it would appear that HTC made with the full-length video spot for their newest campaign entitled "Big Things Ahead." They also use the tag #HTChange, a single iteration of the multi-word collection of possibilities for what H.T.C. could stand for. It's also been suggested that this advertisement teases not only the HTC One Max, but the oncoming brand embodiment by Robert Downey Jr., Iron Man himself.

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