It’s D-day for Microsoft and its new mobile operating system, Windows Phone 7, which means the floodgates are open for another new rush of games, apps, handsets, accessories, and whatever else can be thought of.
Unless you have been following our stories intently, you happen to be a developer or you have been lucky enough to get your hands on a pre-production device, you may find it all overwhelming.
So to make life easy, we have list of the highlights of the platform, including our Windows Phone 7 resource centre, which will be updated and added to over the next week. If you are wanting to learn how to use the OS, this is the place for you.
Now you may be wondering where our review of the Windows Phone operating system is? Well, we’ve been using it for over two weeks but it would be unfair to publish a review when not all the services are live. It’s coming, but not just yet.
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