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HTC Announces The HTC Radar, Also Known As The Omega

Well this day seems all about Windows Phone 7 with HTC announcing the HTC Radar, known as the HTC Omega just a few hours ago at their HTC fan event in London this evening. The Radar comes in pretty much as expected (as discovered earlier today) with a 3.8″ Super LCD display, 1 GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 Snapdragon SOC, 8GB of internal storage, 512MB of RAM, 1520mAh battery and a 5 megapixel rear camera. While [read full article]

HTC Omega Coming The T-Mobile Way? Why Yes It Is.

Windows Phone 7 fans should pay extra special attention as word is coming down the upcoming HTC event to be held by our friends from HTC across the pond will feature a number of WP7 devices including the HTC Omega. What is the importance of the HTC Omega you ask? Well…it’s coming to T-Mobile. We’ve confirmed with our sources as of this morning a Boy Genius Report report that confirms the … [read full article]

HD7 Receiving An Update Soon

If you are still holding on to the HTC HD7 (hey, that’s me!), then you might be seeing a pleasant little notification here pretty soon.  It just may be one of those friendly software update notifications that we all seem to love.  Unfortunately it’s not ‘Mango‘ (Sorry), but this update is all about firmware and radio software.  The bright side, though, is that ‘Mango’ is finished, so we may be seeing a tastier … [read full article]

Windows Phone Mango on HD2

Warning – Music in video may not be your favorite, turn down your speakers. Yeah, that title really sums it up.  Microsoft’s Windows Phone Mango update has found its way to the HTC HD2, proving once again that hackers are awesome.  Microsoft seems okay with it too, “We say tinker away with Mango and enjoy the juice,” but they do give a good warning that this probably voids your warranty.  This is more of a … [read full article]

Microsoft Previews “Mango” Software Update, Says 4G Phones Coming This Fall

Microsoft just finished their “VIP Preview” event for press and developers offering up another look at the Mango software update coming this fall. Microsoft did a pretty great run through of some of the new features all while promising close to 500 of them would be added to the final release. While a great deal of those will be under the hood quite a few of the most important ones bring Windows Phone 7 to … [read full article]