Google Docs might be a great set of office tools, but Microsoft is preparing its own cloud office solution called Microsoft Office 365. As you might know, Microsoft Office 365 has been in limited beta for some time, and now it is finally available for public testing.

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During Microsoft’s MIX conference in Las Vegas, Windows Phone director Joe Belfiore took the stage to demonstrate how well Microsoft’s new Internet Explorer 9 mobile browser can render HTML5 websites.

He fired up a device running Microsoft’s new Windows Phone “Mango” update with IE9 installed and then started an HTML5 speed test benchmarking the Mango device against the iPhone 4 and the Google Nexus S.

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Not a while ago, we wrote about a new app that could make text input a lot simpler and faster on your cellphone. In case you don’t remember, that app is called SnapKeys 2i, and today we have some additional information about it.

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Sprint Mobile have launched their first smartphone equipped with Windows Phone 7 – the HTC Arrive, a phone which has descended from the European version HTC 7 Pro.

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Microsoft WP7s have been a little bit behind the game with this but the video below certainly shows that its in the works and its multitasking support looks pretty decent too.

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The wheel is rolling. Microsoft first released the Windows Phone 7 and now it is all set to roll out updates on regular basis for Windows Phone 7 probably after understanding the user experience. If news from developers is to be believed then Microsoft is already working on the second Windows Phone 7 update which should be available somewhere in February 2011.

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Copy and paste coming to Windows Phone 7

On December 7, 2010, in Cell Phones, by Mike Jefferson

Windows Phone 7 is a great platform, but it has certain flaws, and one of those flaws is the lack of copy/paste function. This can be quite irritating at times but it seems that solution is on its way.

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