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Windows Phone 7 User Experience Talks at the Windows Phone Designer Event (Video)

Windows Phone Design Mistakes and How to Avoid them David Crawford, User Experience Consultant at Microsoft, discusses the most common design hurdles facing Windows Phone developers, and provides tips and tricks to avoid common pitfalls. Crawford also discusses best practices for branding applications. The Windows Phone Experience in Review Bryan Agnetta, Senior User Experience (UX) PM Lead at Microsoft, gives …

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White Christmas with White HTC Phones

The award winning Android powered HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio returns to pays homage to a white Christmas with a brand new look dressed in the season’s favorite classic white. At a suggested retail price of SGD$868, the HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio (White Edition) is designed to boost performance and battery life even further with the addition of a blazing …

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Thoughts on Nokia Lumia 800 and 710 – Available in Singapore before the end of the year

The Nokia Lumia 800 is one of the first two Windows Phone 7.5 devices from Nokia. It will be available in Singapore *estimated* around December 10th 2011, at an *estimated* price of SGD$799. Do note these are estimated time and pricing, and are not official. Now here are my initial thoughts about the Nokia Lumia 800: It’s exactly the same as …

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Which phone will you buy in 4Q2011 – iPhone 4S vs Nexus Prime vs HTC Titan/Radar

[wpcol_1third id=”” class=”” style=””][/wpcol_1third] [wpcol_1third id=”” class=”” style=””][/wpcol_1third] [wpcol_1third_end id=”” class=”” style=””][/wpcol_1third_end] The iPhone 4S is going to be available in October, so is the Android Ice-cream Sandwich Nexus Prime. The new Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 will start rolling out with HTC Radar and Titan, together with Samsung Omnia W. All in the month of October/November time-frame. So, which phone …

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HP kills webOS devices – My thoughts on the matter

In HP’s recent conference call meeting just a few hours ago, they’ve announced they’ll cease to make anymore webOS devices due to the lack of demand and failure to meet HP’s financial targets and unit sell-through expectations. HP will be shutting down the entire webOS hardware business unit and will be looking to license webOS software to manufacturers such as HTC …

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Fun and Simple Game Programming on Windows Phone 7 with ScriptTD

ScriptTD is an open source project that allows anyone to easily create a new Tower Defense game for the Windows Phone 7 platform, without any prior programming knowledge by changing settings, sounds, and graphics. These games can then be sold in the Zune Marketplace. Developers can also extend out the engine to handle new features and game styles. Great for kids to …

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Nokia SeaRay – Looks like an N9, but with Windows Phone 7 (Video)

Stephen Elop previews the Windows Phone 7 caught on camera. There’s a Gorilla Glass screen, pillow-shaped backing, a dedicated camera shutter button, and of course Windows Phone Mango. Would you buy this device?

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Evernote for Windows Phone 7 now Available

All I can say is, FINALLY, Evernote is now on Windows Phone 7 marketplace. I personally think Windows Phone 7’s UI strengths are meant for applications like Evernote, displaying vast amount of information in a condensed form. The Evernote Pivot Panels are: Notes: A complete scrollable note list Notebooks: Tap on a notebook to view its contents Tags: Tap on …

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Guidance to Port iOS and Android apps to Windows Phone 7

Microsoft really wants you, all you iOS and Android developers, to port your apps to Windows Phone 7, and they’ve done a great job by offering lots of guidance and even API mapping tools to help you transfer your skills and knowledge of iOS and/or Android skills quickly to Windows Phone 7. Here’s what they’re offering: iOS Developer Guidance to …

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iCreate Mobility Challenge by NUS (Video)

I was the keynote speaker for iCreate Mobility Challenge 2011 held by NUS. If you want to catch me, fast forward to the 6 minutes mark and that’s were I start my presentation on “Mobile Devices and Beyond”. I talked a little about the history of mobile devices, and presently what was the situation in the mobile space, and what …

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