SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 11 2011

It's shaping up to be a real Nokia day, believe it or not, with Microsoft and Nokia announcing a partnership that they hope will launch Windows Phone 7 to the top of the charts. See all the big points laid out in an On Time Analysis by Ben Bajarin entitled Analysis: Nokia's Huge Bet On Windows Phone 7 is All or Nothing. Next watch the Nokia Microsoft partnership video, see as Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer notes that "Nokia will do unique things on top of Windows Phone 7″, and peek at a full guide from Chris Davies entitled Nokia Windows Phone: Everything you need to know. Check out a review of the brand new Twitter 2.0 by yours truly – it's slick! Grapple your fingers around a brand new ViewPad 10Pro Win7/Froyo slate. And MORE here on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!R3 Media NetworkEditor's ChoiceGoogle offers sacked Nokia engineers a lifelineSamsung rebrands Exynos processor family: Hummingbird flies awayTwitter 2.0 for Android [REVIEW]SlashPhoneBelkin Introducing Verizon iPhone 4 Case LineNokia Announces Partnership With Windows PhoneWP7′s Copy and Paste Update Might Come in MarchAndroid CommunityTwitter 2.0 for Android [REVIEW]Immersion unveils MOTIV Haptics dev platform for AndroidMicrosoft Tags now used in USA Today paperNokia passes on Android because there "are too many players"ViewSonic V350 dual-SIM smartphone and ViewPad 10Pro Win7/Froyo slate revealedWaves of Impact and No Lines for Verizon's iPhoneSamsung Galaxy Tab Maintenance Update EA24SlashGearVodafone Webbox internet keyboard plugs into your TV [Video]MacBook Air Sandy Bridge refresh tipped for JuneAnalysis: Nokia's Huge Bet On Windows Phone 7 is All or Nothing [ON TIME ANALYSIS]Nokia Microsoft partnership videoSamsung rebrands Exynos processor family: Hummingbird flies awayApple iPhone 5 and iPad 2 NFC rumors debunked by analyst that prompted themGoogle offers sacked Nokia engineers a lifelineMeeGo hardware "repurposed" for Windows Phone; no WP7 update for N8 or E7Nokia: Big Windows Phone push in 2012; Increased R&D in low-end devicesNokia allowed to modify Windows Phone while rival OEMs locked outWindows Phone kills Symbian as Nokia strategy shiftsGeoHot forced to hand over HDD to SonyMicrosoft paying Nokia "hundreds of millions" for WP7 deal?Engage WirelessLCD debuts, Piccard nowhere to be foundUSA Today uses Microsoft Tag to get more interaction from smartphone usersBoogie Board LCD writing tablet heads to EuropeVTech InnoPad is a kid's tablet"Too many players" in Android led Nokia to Windows PhonePowerTrekk fuel cell charger charges gadgets anywhereNokia confirms "substantial reductions in employment around the world"Antec rocks us with the rockus 2.1 speaker systemNokia considering Microsoft and MeeGo for future tabletsOnkyo Unveils Entry-level AV ReceiversMeeGo focus shifts to "future disruption in mobile ecosystem""Weeks and months" before Nokia Windows Phone hardware revealSwingline unveils Stack-and-Shred paper shredderNokia CEO: Xbox Live on Nokia phonesSteve Ballmer: "Nokia will do unique things on top of Windows Phone 7″Sharkoon Scorpio 1000 ATX mid-tower case debutsLive at Nokia & Microsoft partnership eventNokia: "Success requires speed. We will be swift"Nokia announces Windows Phone partnership [FEATURED]BlackBerry PlayBook Android app support coming in 2H 2011 tip insidersViewSonic dual-SIM V350 phone & dual-OS ViewPad 10Pro tablet outedNokia Windows Phone: Everything you need to know [FEATURED]

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