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Microsoft confirms kill switch for Windows Marketplace apps

Microsoft will incorporate a remote "kill switch" to remove Windows Marketplace for Mobile applications from users' phones in the event the software giant decides to pull the app from sale via the

Moto exec: Microsoft will not abandon Windows Mobile

Microsoft will not stop supporting Windows Mobile because of its deal with Nokia to put Office software on Nokia phones, a Motorola executive said, refuting speculation from analysts that the

Microsoft adopting chassis strategy for Windows Mobile 7

While Microsoft is still closely guarding details of its forthcoming Windows Mobile 7 operating system, the software giant said it will offer OEMs more detailed reference designs, introducing a

News In Brief: Microsoft, 02, Nokia, Ericsson, Sybase, BT, ST Telemedia

Microsoft is off the hook in a patent dispute which could have seen it forking out €246 million to Alcatel-Lucent.

LG plans big Windows Mobile effort

LG Electronics said it will soon release three new Windows Mobile phones, the opening act of what it called its "most aggressive smartphone strategy to date," which will see the company release a

Nokia to use Windows in forthcoming Booklet 3G

Just days after confirming plans to enter the netbook market, Nokia released additional details of the effort including the name of its forthcoming gadget: Booklet 3G. The netbook will sport HSPA

Video: The Microsoft 'Fune'

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Microsoft claims new protocol fixes interference problem for white-space devices

Researchers from Microsoft and Harvard University say they have developed a protocol that could be the foundation for new white-space devices. The researchers believe the protocol could enable

Microsoft OS strategy will take aim at Android, iPhone

According to a Digitimes report, Microsoft is carefully plotting an attack aimed at the Android and iPhone operating systems. Unnamed sources at Taiwan handset makers are saying that Microsoft will

What does Microsoft/Nokia deal mean for Windows Mobile?

Longtime mobile adversaries Microsoft and Nokia last week announced a partnership to integrate Microsoft Office software into upcoming Symbian smartphones, a move the firms hope will loosen Research