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Report: Microsoft pushes 'Project Pink,' mulls RIM acquisition

Microsoft's mobile ambitions are still bright, even though its Windows Mobile platform has lost momentum to other players such as Research In Motion's BlackBerry and Google's Android OS. The company

Developers front and center at Mobile World Congress 2010

The GSM Association mounts its annual Mobile World Congress next week in Barcelona, and the developer ecosystem is at the forefront like never before. This year's event heralds the introduction of

Microsoft gets touchy feely with phone software

Microsoft is adding multi-touch capabilities to its latest mobile phone operating system, but has omitted any games capabilities, msmobiles.com reports.

Telus takes Mediaroom route for new IPTV launch

Add Canada's Telus to the list of service providers that have launched IPTV offerings on Microsoft's Mediaroom platform. Telus is another telco that comes to the platform after using Minerva Networks

Orange teams with Microsoft for messenger radio

French carrier Orange is looking to cash-in on the popularity of Microsoft’s Windows Live Messenger in its domestic market by offering its Liveradio service via the Microsoft

Nokia widens lead in Germany: ComScore

Nokia inched its share of the German handset market up 0.3 percentage points to 35.4% during the quarter ending in November, retaining the top spot, research firm comScore said. &n

Microsoft posts--then removes--Windows Mobile 6.5 SDK

Microsoft briefly posted a Windows Mobile 6.5 software development kit to its Microsoft Download Center website last week, removing the SDK within a matter of hours. According to ZDNet, the WinMo 6.5

Developers question Windows Marketplace payment delays

A number of Windows Mobile developers are venting their frustration with Microsoft over Windows Marketplace for Mobile payment delays, posting messages on the Windows Mobile Developer Center forum

Report: Microsoft kicking 'Project Pink' into high gear

Microsoft is hard at work on its "Project Pink" mobile effort, and is designing both a premium mobile services platform and one or more Windows Mobile devices aimed at the teenage and

SureWest rolls out Mediaroom-powered ADTV

Independent telco TV pioneer SureWest Communications has begun rolling out its new Microsoft Mediaroom-based Advanced Digital TV (ADTV) to new customers in its Sacramento, Calif. service area. The