It really wasn’t all that long ago that smartphones were virtually the exclusive realm of corporate types, but that has very much changed in recent years. Whereas Windows Mobile once held a strong foothold in the market, Microsoft has since lost out to the likes of BlackBerry, iOS, and Android. Fighting back, the software giant has unleashed Windows Phone 7 upon the world. Windows Mobile 6.5 represented a baby step forward compared to Windows Mobile 6.1 and Windows Mobile 5.0 before that. With Windows Phone 7, Microsoft is starting fresh with a consumer-oriented smartphone OS. Can it challenge the Googles and Apples of the world? Let’s find out.
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