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Microsoft Zune Pass price drops, 10 songs a month along with it

Microsoft Zune Pass price drops, 10 songs a month along with it

Starting on the 3rd of October, those hoping for a lower price point for the Zune Pass unlimited music service will be jumping for joy as $14.99 turns into $9.99. With this price cut comes a few other cuts as well, including the option to download 10 songs per month that you can keep for your own forever. This price cut will take place on October 3rd, 2011, and will be available to Canadian Zune users as well. Will this cut finally convince you to jump in on the Zune revolution*?

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Nokia Drive for Mango adds voice control but AT&T ignoring Searay say tipsters

Nokia Drive for Mango adds voice control but AT&T ignoring Searay say tipsters

Nokia is reportedly readying a voice-control update for its mapping software, with the new PND app set to debut on the company's first Windows Phone handset. According to WinRumors' tipster, a T-Mobile Germany product display - temporarily erected at the carrier's headquarters - confirms the new 3D mapping system. However, there's also talk that AT&T may have decided to bypass one of the first Nokia Windows Phones, the Searay, and instead hold out for the Nokia Sabre.

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Nokia Sabre plus Samsung Yukon & Wembley WP7 phones leaked

Nokia Sabre plus Samsung Yukon & Wembley WP7 phones leaked

Microsoft has inadvertently leaked product names for unannounced Windows Phone handsets, including the Nokia Sabre, as well as specifications of a new 1.5GHz Samsung device. Buried in the terms and conditions of a Microsoft Canada app promotion - since amended, but not before WPCentral grabbed some screenshots - were Windows Phone 7.5 Mango devices the Samsung Yukon, Samsung Wembley, Nokia Searay and Nokia Sabre.

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Mango WiFi sharing to require drivers and feature hardware, carrier restrictions

Mango WiFi sharing to require drivers and feature hardware, carrier restrictions

With Mango finally rolling out as an update to some handsets like the HTC Trophy Microsoft is finally coming clean with some more details on the Mango update and new features. The WiFi data sharing feature is one that we knew was coming , but were light on details on what the feature would entail. As it turns out there are some restrictions to the feature that will mean some folks can’t take advantage of the sharing capability inside the phone.

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Verizon to roll out Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update for HTC Trophy today

Verizon to roll out Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update for HTC Trophy today

Verizon announced that it will begin rolling out the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update to HTC Trophy handsets starting today. Microsoft had just released the Mango update this morning to select handsets such as the HTC HD7, Samsung Focus, and the Dell Venue Pro. Existing Windows Phone 7 users will have to wait for an alert on their handsets to notify them that the update is ready for their device.

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T-Mobile announces the HTC Radar 4G

T-Mobile announces the HTC Radar 4G

T-Mobile officially announced the upcoming availability of the HTC Radar 4G as its very first Windows Phone 7.5 Mango handset to support its HSPA+ network. This announcement coincides with Microsoft's roll-out of the major Mango update for Windows Phone 7, which just went live this morning.

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Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update goes live

Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update goes live

Windows Phone users: time to glue your eyes to your smartphone screen. Microsoft has confirmed that Windows Phone 7.5 Mango is headed out of the virtual door, with users of smartphones like the HTC HD7, Samsung Focus and Dell Venue Pro promised alerts on their device to flag up the newly-available update.

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Samsung Focus S Windows Phone Mango smartphone pic surfaces

Samsung Focus S Windows Phone Mango smartphone pic surfaces

If you have been hoping that Samsung would launch a Windows Phone 7.5 Mango device that was along the lines of the Galaxy S II, the new Samsung Focus S may be the device. AT&T will be getting the smartphone and offered up the specs on the device earlier this month. There was also speculation that Samsung was readying a Galaxy S II style device with Mango before.

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Samsung Omnia W grabs Mango: bigger processor, smaller screen

Samsung Omnia W grabs Mango: bigger processor, smaller screen

Samsung has revealed its latest Windows Phone 7 device, the Samsung Omnia W, running WP7.5 Mango on a 1.4GHz single-core processor. The successor to the original Omnia 7, the Omnia W shrinks the display somewhat to a 3.7-inch WVGA Super AMOLED panel, but drops a tenth of a millimeter to come in at 10.9mm thick and falls to 115.3g.

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HTC Radar visits FCC on the way to T-Mobile

HTC Radar visits FCC on the way to T-Mobile

One of the very first Windows Phone 7.5 Mango devices from HTC, called the Radar, has just passed through the FCC. This is always a good sign that the device is gearing up for launch but when exactly that will be is still uncertain. The handset was first officially unveiled at the beginning of this month during IFA 2011.

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Windows Phone 7.5 Mango rolling out within next two weeks

Windows Phone 7.5 Mango rolling out within next two weeks

Microsoft will begin rolling out its Windows Phone 7.5 Mango update starting within the next two weeks. The update will likely be rolled out in batches with select devices being supported first. When Mango is ready for your device, you should receive a message on your phone, but you can also check the "Where's my phone update?" page for the status.

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Microsoft demos Windows Phone 7.5 Mango video calling on HTC Titan

Microsoft demos Windows Phone 7.5 Mango video calling on HTC Titan

Microsoft released a short clip today demonstrating the video calling feature of its upcoming Windows Phone 7 Mango update. The feature was demonstrated using a popular third-party video calling app, just so happened to be called Tango, and was shown in action on the gigantic 4.7-inch HTC Titan.

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