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VIDEO: Windows Marketplace for Mobile––application submission walkthrough

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Can Windows Mobile rebound?

Almost eight months after Microsoft first announced plans to launch its Windows Marketplace for Mobile effort, the app store is finally open for business. As of last week, Microsoft was still

Phishers post thousands of stolen Hotmail passwords

Phishers have compromised thousands of Hotmail accounts, posting the password information online, Microsoft has confirmed.   Details of at least 10,000 email accou

Symbian to double, WinMo to triple, forecasts say

The Symbian handset platform is set to maintain its lead as the market trends towards open source, says a new Juniper Research forecast.   But a study by iSuppli,

Windows Marketplace expanding to WinMo 6 in November

With Windows Marketplace for Mobile scheduled to launch on Oct. 6, Microsoft said it still addressing some known issues slowing down the app submission process, but is already planning to expand the

News In Brief: Yell, HP, Microsoft, Windows, Alcatel-Lucent

UK online directory business Yell Group has developed a local business search widget for Samsung’ s touch-screen phones.

Microsoft-backed study values white spaces at more than $100 billion

A Microsoft-commissioned study found that white spaces spectrum could be worth more than $100 billion over the next 15 years. The study, conducted by consultant Richard Thanki of Perspective

Is Windows Mobile headed for failure?

Although Microsoft has long faced concerns over its position in the smartphone operating system market, and industry watchers have predicted its demise seemingly every year since its entrance into

News In Brief: MySpace, Google, Netflix, Twitter, Microsoft, China Telecom

MySpace is working with Hulu for a major revamp of its video offering, CNET reports. Hulu, which is jointly owned by MySpace parent News Corp in a JV with NBC Universal and Disne

News In Brief: Microsoft, Voda Portugal, Telenor, ZTE, ITU, Nokia, Huawei

The head of Microsoft’s infrastructure business, Debra Chrapaty, is leaving to join Cisco after seven years with the software giant.