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So, we had a successful kick-off to the Windows Phone 7 Day in Gurgaon over the weekend with 50 in-person attendees and about 15 watching the live-streaming on the Web.

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Get a glimpse into the inner workings at Microsoft as Loke Uei Tan and Tim Huckaby discuss how Windows Phone evolved and how the user experience is carefully guarded. Loke shares how Microsoft encourages developers to build apps for WP7, while maintaining a consistent consumer user experience.

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Phonos is an independent application for Windows Phone 7 for Sonos – the popular multi-room music system. Phonos is not free unlike Sonos’s iPhone application since it is not endorsed by or associated with Sonos, Inc. The application requires Sonos hardware plus some software to be installed on your Windows PC which your phone connects [...]

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Microsoft Research has released a software-development kit (SDK) for the creation of Windows Phone 7 applications supporting the efforts of Project Hawaii, a student-focused initiative for exploration of how cloud-based services can be used to enhance the WP7 experience.

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Jesse Liberty, Senior Community PM at Microsoft, has authored a series of – i2w – as he calls it; a series of tutorials with a focus on the minimum you need to know to add Windows Phone 7 development to your skill set to port existing applications or create new applications in Windows Phone 7.

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This tip allows you to use your computer’s keyboard with the Windows Phone 7 Emulator instead of the soft keyboard on the emulator.

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There has been lot of talk about a glitch in the Windows Phone 7 operating system. However, Microsoft has pinpointed a third-party software developer for unusually high data charges for few users.

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WP7 Infographic

Here’s a helpful info-graphic comparing the specifications of different Windows Phone 7 devices available in the market.

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So here’s a walk through the corridors of Studio F by the Channel 9 folks. Studio F at Microsoft’s Redmond HQ are where most of the developers, PMs, and testers behind the great release of Windows Phone and the Tools are.

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Whether you own a Windows Phone 7 device or not, here’s a great opportunity to share your thoughts with Microsoft through their official survey.

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