Occasional Gamer developer Elbert Perez recently released his latest Windows Phone game, Air Dagger, over at the Marketplace. Perez has released thirteen games over at the Marketplace and they all have experienced some level of success.
With thirteen titles under his belt, there's simply not enough room above the fold to list them all. So, to see Occasional Gamer's Windows Phone gaming portfolio, ease on past the break.
News out of Auckland New Zealand is that the Acer M310 Mango phone made an appearance at Tech Ed 2011. The shiny black, beveled-edge M310, which is said to look similar to the Acer W4, has a meager 8GB of storage (unfortunately no images were available but we're still digging).
If you blink, you might have missed it but Zune's desktop software has been updated to version 4.8. The update will allow Zune to communicate correctly with Windows Phone 7.5 (more affectionately known as Mango). So if you're planning to update your Windows Phone, you'll need to update Zune.
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We're back again with Daniel and Jay (who's returning from Italy) for another exciting podcast, discussing the HP webOS news and what it means for Windows Phone, Mango, new and updated apps, what Daniel thinks of Sally's Salon and why Jay thinks Incubus is good.
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For the developers out there, you'll be psyched to know that the release candidate for the Windows Phone SDK is now available.
While Brandon Watson is offering an alternative to webOS developers in the form of transition support, AdDuplex is offering a little help of their own. The offer is simple, port your app to Windows Phone and AdDuplex will give you 20,000 ad impressions.