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Technology Feature: Windows Phone 7

Technology Feature: Windows Phone 7

The official launch date has been announced and Windows® Phone 7 will launch in Europe and Asia on Oct. 21st and the first US handset will be available November 8th. There will be 9 different Windows Phone 7 handsets available at launch and the manufactures are HTC, LG, Dell and Samsung. AT&T is set to have 3 handsets available: Samsung Focus, LG Quantum and the HTC Surround.

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This Week in Technology – April 12 2010: iPad Alternatives

This Week in Technology – April 12 2010: iPad Alternatives

Amadeus Consulting’s technology team discusses alternatives to the popular Apple Product, the iPad and why custom apps on every platform are important. Some of the alternatives include: the WePad, HP Tablet, Microsoft Courier, Kindle Reader Apps.

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This Week in Technology – March 19, 2010: IE9, Windows Phone 7 Series and SXSW

This Week in Technology – March 19, 2010: IE9, Windows Phone 7 Series and SXSW

This Week in Technology: Focusing on IE9, Windows Phone 7 Series, Online Privacy

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Windows Mobile, Now ‘Windows Phone 7 Series’

Windows Mobile, Now ‘Windows Phone 7 Series’

Microsoft has been a major player in mobile operating systems for many years, but has been declining recently despite their recent release of Windows Mobile® 6.5, which only received mediocre reviews. However Microsoft has all but abandoned its previous model and completely redesigned its new OS to provide a much better user experience and to compete with the iPhone™ and Android™ operating systems.

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This Week in Technology – February 19, 2010

This Week in Technology – February 19, 2010

Amadeus Consulting tackles and explains the latest custom application, custom software and mobile application development software each week. This week, our team highlights the latest offerings from Mobile World Congress, including Wholesale Application Community, a new alliance of 24 of the largest phone operators, which banded together this week to create a unified app store to rival the Apple® App Store. According to the BBC, their goal is to make it easier to build and sell apps “irrespective of device of technology,” meaning available on multiple types of phones.