Windows Phone officially launched in India last month, and was followed by announcements from HTC and Nokia to launch Windows Phone 7.5 devices in India. I interviewed Vikas Arora on the sidelines of the Windows Phone launch event at New Delhi.

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Microsoft and Hardware partners

It’s here finally! Windows Phone was officially launched in India yesterday at a media launch event at The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi. The event saw presentations from Bhaskar Pramanik, Chairman, Microsoft India and Vikas Arora, Group Director – Operator Channel, Microsoft India followed by a demo from Vineet Durrani, Director, Windows Phone Team at [...]

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Microsoft and Hardware partners

At the Windows Phone launch in India yesterday, HTC unveiled their first Windows Phone 7.5 for the Indian market. Available for INR 23,990 starting next week, HTC Radar is the first Windows Phone device in the market after the official launch.

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Evernote

Evernote is arguably the best note-taking application. One of the reason for this is the availability of Evernote everywhere – on all desktop and mobile platforms as well as browser. Recently, Evernote launched its application for Windows Phone 7, where it competes with the bundled OneNote application from Microsoft.

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RunKeeper is a mobile fitness platform for runners and other other fitness enthusiasts, and has a great Windows Phone 7 app. In this interview, Jason Jacobs, CEO of RunKeeper shares his experiences with developing on the Windows Phone 7 platform with Brian Gorbett, Senior Architect Evangelist at Microsoft.

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Microsoft Tag

Check this interview that I did with Sandeep Gopal Nair, APAC Lead for Microsoft Tag from Microsoft Singapore as we talk about the Microsoft Tag and the world of 2D-barcoding. Sandeep shares fascinating insights about the history and evolution of barcodes, and throws in some awesome Microsoft Tag case studies and showcase.

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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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