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SourceCode: Demystifying Mango and Windows Phone

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Boasting '500 new features' the upcoming update to Windows Phone 7 (version 7.1 codenamed Mango) was announced yesterday for a Fall release. Aside from tooting the horn for an OS upgrade that's overdue and is months away, Microsoft did provide a compelling sneak-peak at where they're headed in this space. We discuss what we find interesting about this development.

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WishList: Cadence Watch offers Geek Cred with Analog cool

 For $90, Cadence Watch Company mixes the clean look of a minimalist analog quartz watch with the undeniably nerdy 4-bit binary code accents. The watch offers the following features.

  • 4-bit binary code hour markers, Subtle and classy enough to wear on any occasion, while geeky enough to make a good conversation starter
  • Sleek retro looking case made from jewelry grade (316L) stainless steel
  • Features a two part, saddle stitched,  leather strap with a stainless steel buckle
  • Miyota quartz movement, an extremely reliable timekeeper that never needs winding
  • Five year limited warranty on movement and hands
  • Water resistant down to  30 meters
  • Sapphire coated quartz glass helps prevent watch face from becoming scratched



Breaking News: Sony Ericsson Canada hacked, 2,000 user's info taken

Sony just can't get a break, Sony Ericsson Canada and Sony BMG Japan's websites have been just been reported hacked and first and last names, email addresses and encrypted passwords of 2,000 users have been compromised. No other personal or credit card information was taken as per a Sony statement. 

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Windows Phone's fruity goodness celebrated in a Mango video

From Microsoft's lips to your ears, here's the lowdown on today's announcement for the Mango update to Windows Phone.