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Microsoft Clarifies Windows Phone 7 Availability for CDMA

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Sep 17, 2010, 4:43 AM

...they make a crappy desktop OS too.

"CDMA-compatible Windows Phone 7 handsets won't be ready for the market until the middle of 2011..."

Just in time for the OS to be irrelevant...
Windows 7 on PC's is actually really slick. It's stable, consistent, and it doesn't look half bad either.

I'm really excited for WIN7Phone as well, though I'm not sure I would use it, I am excited how it will change the market.
Not to rag on the 'desktop' OS, but server OS is much more of a 'crappy OS' than the desktop.

I suspect that this is more of a 'pick the low fruit hanging from the tree' method, where GSM/WCDMA accounts for +90% of the global devices.

http://www »...
Using a windows 7 PC, is actually very cool. The best Windows yet. Everyone is going to compare the KIN phones to the Winmo7 phones. I personally do not think this will be a fair analysis. From what I have been hearing, the KIN line up was an extremel...
first rule of business (that verizon understands and microsoft doesn't)...
don't make a product people don't want
verizon and sprint were gonna have the nexus one too.. remember what happened to that?
I like mobile more than the desktop/laptop because there are a whole lot more OS choices, where as with desktop/laptop pcs Microsoft rules the world, not the case with the mobile world.
I've used the OS. It is actually very good. If you want a taste of Windows Phone 7, go to your local best buy and play with the Zune HD, it runs an OS that is as fast and graphically similar to WP7.
Garbage, indeed. Yet another dead end product from a dead end company. M$ RIP...
and btw..
that excuse is SO LAME as to be totally unbelievable
"i did not have sex with that woman.. miss lewinsky"
yea right
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