Articles by Phil Nickinson

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 24, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 24, 2010

The T-Mobile HD2 is finally available today for $199 on contract, and we got our hands on it Tuesday at CTIA. Obviously the star of the show is the hardware, but you've already seen that from our hands-on and full review of the European version.

T-Mobile has...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 22, 2010


Malatesta finally chimes in on Windows Phone 7 Series. Plus, Phil's at CTIA, and the Best. Voicemail. Ever.

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 18, 2010

Late last night, HTC took the time to release an official statement in response to the Apple lawsuit recently filed.

Sounding a bit like an old Family Guy episode, HTC respectively disagrees with Apple's claim that it has infringed on its patents:

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 18, 2010

A new promotional video has surfaced on the internet for Windows Phone 7 Series.  It highlights the "life maximizing" capabilities of the new mobile operating system from Microsoft.  istartedsomething.com has the minute long video and it's likely...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 18, 2010

Twikini has long been one of our favorite Windows Mobile Twitter clients, and it's already getting the ball rolling for Windows Phone 7 Series. Developer Trinket Software has teamed up with Mist Labs (and our old pal Mel!) for the new project, and we...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 18, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 17, 2010

LAS VEGAS -- I want to noodle a bit about the Start Experience in Windows Phone 7 series, but before that happens I need to get something off my chest as a way of opening the conversation: I have an unhealthy obsession with notifications in Windows Phone 7 Series....

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 17, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 16, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 16, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 16, 2010


Phil grabs a few minutes with Dieter at MIX10 to talk about the latest Windows Phone 7 Series developments.

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 16, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 16, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 16, 2010

Now that Windows Phone users will have to get used to having capacitive touchscreens (see what we just did there?), let's take a look at exactly what's supported, including multitouch. We'll start with the most basic gesture -- the tap. A single touch...

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 15, 2010

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 15, 2010

It's not all software at MIX10, as Samsung has slipped a slate Windows Phone into the mix. It's the second actual device we've seen Windows Phone 7 Series on (we're not counting the ASUS prototype device), following the LG slider.

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by Phil Nickinson
Mar 15, 2010

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