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07 Jan, 2011

Windows Phone 7 updates from CES 2011

Posted by: Mike In: Microsoft

The first update for Windows Phone seems is not coming in January. We can look for it in “30-60 days.” Additionally, Microsoft confirmed the fact that the update system will be more a patch update like Service Pack on Windows OS that an iterative system (mobilitydigest)

The long promised copy-and-paste function, as well as permission to only search within apps, music and games are also to make appearance on Microsoft’s mobile OS thanks to this update.

via: phonearena

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