Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 7th Feb 2010 19:11 UTC
Windows Later this month, Microsoft will most likely unveil Windows Mobile 7 Windows Phone 7 at the Mobile World Congress. Rumours abound, and the latest set of rumours paint a rather dramatic turnaround for Microsoft's mobile platform - no more multitasking, application distribution limited to official channels, and a whole lot more.
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Lack of multitasking is good
by Torbjorn Vik Lunde on Mon 8th Feb 2010 13:26 UTC
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If there was one thing that annoyed the heck out of me while I had a Windows Mobile was having to go to settings and fire up the task manager to close down apps beause the phone was getting sluggish. So I think that is the right descision. My iPhone doesn't multitask, but it is *never* slow.

I think iPhone could take one thing from the Windows Mobile-book. The home screen. Abselutely wonderfull way of getting information at glance. I don't understand why Apple haven't implemented something like this into the locked screen, it's sort of useless right now.

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