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Video Daily: Office running on Windows Phone 7

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Apr 2010 18:44 User comments (2)

Video Daily: Office running on Windows Phone 7 MobilityDigest has posted a few videos today relating to Microsoft Office playback on upcoming Windows Phone 7 smartphones, and the productivity suite looks great.
The clips are short, but they show off how email and calendar support will work, how PowerPoint and Word will act, and how the overall "Office hub" will look and feel.

First announced in February, the smartphone OS tries to differentiate itself from the iPhone and Android phones, which use home screens of widgets and icons, by blending applications together for a more "integrated experience," allowing the OS and applications to "share information with the user in a natural and seamless fashion."

Read more about the OS here: http://www.afterdawn.com/news/article.cfm/2010/02/15/video_daily_the_introduction_of_windows_phone_7_series



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2 user comments

125.4.2010 19:06

i'd sum it up with 2 words..first is "big" the other's "woop"..
been with touch diamond for a year now and frankly im tired of anything windows mobile related..bring on the android..

225.4.2010 22:35

i hate to say i agree. i would of thought Microsoft would make a flashier looking OS for Windows 7. it looks boring. and i dont particularly care for a Zune music player. so turning Zune OS into Windows Mobile 7 looks lame. *shrugs* i might have to try out this Android stuff. i refuse to give apple a shot.

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