Windows Phone

Matt Rosoff at CITEWorld specifies why he is frustrated with Windows Phone. I believe most are non-issues, and agree with him on others.

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Blackberry 10 is almost here. I suggest it should target iOS in the enterprise and Android in the consumer space.

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Windows Phone

Despite being tempted by iOS and iPhone, I have decided to stick with Windows Phone. See why.

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Originally published on Techie Buzz App Internet is a phenomenon that Forrester defines as “specialized local apps running in conjunction with cloud-based services” across smartphones, tablets, and other devices. A few weeks back, I gathered few insights on the same by Ellen Daley, Vice President at Forrester at the NASSCOM EMERGEOUT Conclave 2011.

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Smartphone Market

The smartphone market has seen explosive growth in recent years, and the growth looks ominous. Recent surveys show that the current feature phone owners are rapidly switching to smartphones, while non-cell phone owners are jumping directly to smartphones with their first cell phone purchase.

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Facebook mobile app use by platform

Researcher Benedict Evans Evans explored the numbers on the Facebook application pages of each platform to reveal interesting insights into usage of Facebook mobile applications. Facebook has a page for each application which mentions active users of the application.

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If you are an iPhone application developer, you could leverage your existing skills, and successfully design and build applications for the Window Phone.

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WP7 for iPhone-Android

MSdev has a great series of video trainings to migrate existing Android developers to Windows Phone 7 development.

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Oldskool webcast

Microsoft is hosting a free webcast – migration.mobi: Migrating Apps to WP7 – to talk about migrating your iPhone application to the WP7 platform in a stress-free and desirable way.

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i2w

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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