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Microsoft Windows 8 Complete Guide

Microsoft Windows 8 Complete Guide

During a lovely September week in 2011, Microsoft Windows 8 was announced and launched for developers. The event this launch occurred at was what Microsoft was presenting as a welcome to Windows 8, especially in regards to the 5,000 developers at BUILD, launching the platform with there eyes directly fixed on applications, the whole situation a large opportunity for developers. This is the beginning of Windows 8 as it exists in a sense that there's no product launch here from Microsoft, instead there's an opportunity for 3rd party developers to get on board here right at the start of the next-wave OS. What lies beneath is a living document which takes what Microsoft Windows 8 is at the start here in 2011 and how it will evolve over time.

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AT&T promises Mango for existing Windows Phones

AT&T promises Mango for existing Windows Phones

AT&T has confirmed that its current line-up of Windows Phone 7 handsets will all get upgrades to 7.5 Mango sometime this fall, bringing the range in line with the three new models announced this morning. The HTC HD7S and HTC Surround, the LG Quantum and the Samsung Focus are all in line for an update, with AT&T promising to be "among the first carriers to start" the process. Meanwhile, AT&T also claims to sell more Windows Phone devices than any other US carrier.

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AT&T Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash plus HTC Titan due Q4

AT&T Samsung Focus S and Focus Flash plus HTC Titan due Q4

AT&T has announced a trio of new 4G Windows Phone 7 Mango handsets, the Samsung Focus S, HTC Titan and Samsung Focus Flash. Each packing HSPA+ connectivity, the Focus S and Focus Flash both get a 1.4GHz processor while the Titan - which we played with earlier this month - has a 1.5GHz chip. Meanwhile, there's an 8-megapixel camera on both the Titan and the Focus S, while the Focus Flash makes do with 5-megapixels.

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HTC Titan hands-on [Video]

HTC Titan hands-on [Video]

The HTC HD7 was perhaps the most anticipated of the first Windows Phones, but a mediocre screen ended up undermining the experience. Now HTC is back, chomping on some juicy Mango, with the 4.7-inch HTC Titan, one of a new Windows Phone 7 duo announced simultaneously in four European counties including at IFA 2011. We caught up with HTC for some hands-on playtime.

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HTC Radar hands-on [Video]

HTC Radar hands-on [Video]

HTC was Microsoft's most ambitious partner at the original Windows Phone launch, and the company has a similarly strong line-up now that Mango is on the scene. The HTC Radar is a 3.8-inch WP7 Mango handset with a WVGA display, 1GHz processor and a design that's reminiscent of the Flyer or an ironed-out Legend. We grabbed some hands-on time with HTC's Radar to see whether or not it should be on yours.

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HTC Radar Windows Phone Revealed

HTC Radar Windows Phone Revealed

What we've got here is the second of at least two HTC Windows Phone devices that have or will be revealed this week at IFA 2011 in Berlin, Germany. What this device amounts to is a slightly less awesome version of the other Windows Phone we saw today coming from HTC as well. What this device has is a 3.8-inch display at 480 x 800 pixel resolution, HSPA and WXDMA connections along with Quad-band GSM, GPRS, and EDGE. Then there's the camera, and of course the fact that this device is running Windows Phone's most fruitiest of flavors.

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