[Video-How to] Install Android and WP7 on HTC HD2

Thanks to the guys over at XDA dev forums, this video shows you how to install both Android and WP7 on your HTC HD2. Follow the walk-through video above to make your hot little HD2 dual boot both OS’. And note that we are not responsible if you brick your device.

[via XDA dev forums]

[Video] Dual Bootloader Windows Mobile and Android

 

[Video] LG E900 gets a full 20 minute hands on

Getting a glimpse of a new Windows Phone 7 powered handset is a great thing but having a full walk-through, twenty minute and extremely detailed video is another. Thanks to the guys at MobilMania.cz, our Czech brothers have put together what is surely the best pre-release hands on video of any phone.

[via MobilMania.cz]

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Microsoft’s Zune set to debut internationally

Microsoft is laying the Windows Phone 7 groundwork by officially releasing Zune internationally. The company has also announced all of the pricing plans for the different services included in Zune. As you will see some countries will get more stuff that others but this was expected givin how hard it is to secure music and video rights on a worldwide scale. The Zune Desktop Software with Windows Phone 7 support  (version 4.7) will serve as the basis of this international expansion and will be available for download in 20 countries.

Zune to Expand Multiscreen Entertainment Services Into International Markets

Major entertainment companies provide music and movie catalog to the U.K., France, Italy, Germany and Spain.

REDMOND, Wash. – Sep. 20, 2010 – Microsoft Corp. today announced the further international expansion of Zune, its digital entertainment service. This fall, Zune will expand its music and video footprint and bring the free Zune software, Zune Marketplace online store, Zune Pass1 music subscription service and enhanced features on Zune.net to new markets, providing a comprehensive entertainment experience on Windows-based PCs, on the go with Windows Phone 7 and in your living room through Xbox LIVE.

“The integration between Zune, Windows Phone 7 and Xbox LIVE is an exciting expansion in our entertainment offerings,” said Craig Eisler, corporate vice president, Interactive Entertainment Business Group at Microsoft. “Zune enables users to access the entertainment they want, wherever they want it – and now, more people than ever will be able to enjoy the freedom and flexibility that the Zune service offers.” Read more of this post

[Video] Microsoft stoked about RTM release; says Blackberry and iPhone are DEAD

Even we were blown away at this pretty stupid marketing move on Microsoft’s part. It looks as if Microsoft is so stoked about the new RTM (short for Release To Manufacturing) of the Windows Phone 7 OS, that Redmond decided to hold a parade. Now we believe that Microsoft is headed in the right direction, and personally I look forward to WP7 release. But to call out Blackberry and iPhone when both OS’ have been outselling your OS for a while now, is a ballsy move in our eyes. Let’s just hope that WP7 lives up to the hype or Microsoft will never be able to live this down.

[via Engadget]

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Windows Phone 7 teaser arrives

We are getting so close! Windows Phone 7 is almost here and Microsoft wants to remind everyone it is coming. Microsoft’s new teaser for Windows Phone 7 does make it look somewhat exciting. Ads are going to be huge for Microsoft because unlike other companies trying to make it in this space, cough Palm cough, Microsoft has a ton of money to dish out on advertising. This is Microsoft dipping their toes in the ad market water. Advertisements are one of the many perks to being just a software manufacturer over hardware and software. Microsoft will be putting out ads for Windows Phone 7 as an operating system, while the hardware manufacturers will be competing to advertise their own individual phones for Microsoft. It is win/win for them. Just sit tight people it will be here soon. Check out the ad after the break. Read more of this post

Windows Phone 7 heads-up browser Battle with Nexus One, iPhone 4

In what is an impressive first appearance and noted – not the final software build of Windows Phone 7 test of the browsers between all three phones. All three load pages at roughly the same speed (Flash was turned off on Froyo to avoid lag) and it is interesting to note that the iPhone 4 frequently has to display checkerboard patterns while trying to catch up with scrolling. Check out the video below.

[via pocketnow]

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Windows Phone 7 is coming, two phones leak out to see

I hope you have not forgotten about Windows Phone 7 because by the looks of these phones, everyone will be wanting a piece of them in a couple of months. Engadget was sent these pictures, on the right, one by LG, codenamed C900 and on the left, by Samsung, codenamed Cetus, yes I am hoping better names come too. As you can see the Samsung Cetus has a round shape too it and the size looks a little small as well. The LG C900 is a landscape-QWERTY keyboard with a simple screen on top, and three buttons. These phones both look great and are supposed to be launch phones for Windows Phone 7, hopefully we will have more soon and a release date for everything. They are both suppose to release on AT&T so I am definitely going to be getting C900 when available. Anyone else looking forward to what Windows Phone 7 brings, or they are fine with Android? More shots of each phone after the break. Read more of this post

Windows Phone 7 gaming previewed in ad, looks promising

If you haven’t already heard, Microsoft announced its XBox live gaming and did a walk-through with some of the commercial tech blogs. Along with this walk-through, they put up a cute little YouTube ad showing off some of the gaming that can and will be done on Windows Phone 7 devices. In short, it looks pretty damn good. The graphics and game quality seem as good if not better than the iPhone, and the social integration surpasses that of any phone OS right now. This is due to the gaming profile page that lets you talk and communicate with your already existing Xbox live friends. I am super excited to get a Phone 7 device and possibly get my mobile gaming into serious mode. Xbox live integration will be awesome. Now check out the Xbox live on Phone 7 ad after the break…

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HTC Mozart shows up in more photos

According to Xmoo on Twitter, what you are looking at are more blurry cam pics of the forthcoming handset the HTC Mozart. Looks like another sexy handset built by HTC running Windows Phone 7.

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