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Wednesday, 13 October 2010 09:39

Windows Phone 7 will get cut and paste next year

Written by Nick Farell


Microsoft promises
Microsoft has promised that Windows Phone 7 will get new features like cut and paste early next year. Ashley Highfield, Microsoft's UK head of consumer products, admitted that Windows Phone 7 was 'not revolutionary' it offered 'another way' for smartphone users.

"We’re claiming that this is a phone that enables you to get what you want done much more quickly and simply,” he said

However he promised that the latest version of Windows Phone 7 was just the start and that more features will be added next year. Windows Mobile has all the features of the other leading brands, but
many expected to see something new and useful, such as cut and paste.
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0 #1 ghelyar 2010-10-13 15:37
Apple ripped off idiots by re-selling people the same phone but with cut/paste. Why can't Microsoft exploit their customers in the same way?
 
 
+2 #2 yasin 2010-10-13 16:09
something called ethics.
 

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