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Today Microsoft unveiled the successor to Windows Mobile 6.5. It's called Windows Mobile 7 Series and is a complete redesign of their mobile platform. It's very exciting stuff and I'll be very interested the to find how capable it's default web browser Internet Explorer will be. Will be it a pocket version of IE8? I hope so because their current mobile IE sucks!


Sounds good, but does it come with a shortcut "alt+ctrl+del" button?

Write your next post about iPad 2!
And speaking about Windows Mobile 7, this platform is very mobile (sorry for repeating). And it has already found lots of fans and more and more hardware developers start to choose it.

And @Dane, I think that will be hard to press simultaneously three buttoms on touchpad )

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