Press release follows: Samsung delivers a unique smartphone experience with Omnia W, a phone that puts people first This is the first Samsung device utilising the latest release of Windows Phone and offers power, social connectivity and a vivid SuperAMOLED display that delivers a stunning visual experience AUCKLAND, New Zealand – 31 October 2011 –… Continue reading Samsung Omnia W on Vodafone New Zealand in November
At Nokia World last night (New Zealand time), Stephen Elop and the Nokia team announced two new phones: The Lumia 800: very much based on the Nokia N9 hardware that I reviewed yesterday. The Lumia 710: a lower-cost phone sporting the same internal hardware as the 800, but with a LCD screen. The phones will… Continue reading Nokia Lumia 800 and 710 Windows Phones in New Zealand
The next major release of the Windows Phone OS is still codenamed “Mango”. This morning, New Zealand time, Microsoft has taken the wraps off some the developer details underneath new features in Mango.
Mindscape build awesome developer productivity tools. Their Lightspeed ORM is one of the best in the business. Now these local chaps have lent their talent to my favourite platform: releasing a bunch of lovely Windows Phone 7 controls in the Mindscape Phone Elements for Windows Phone 7. I’ve had a bit of a play with… Continue reading Mindscape Windows Phone 7 Elements Giveaway
Unfortunately my own site didn’t win for Best Content (Personal) at Saturday’s Onya Awards, rightfully losing to Courtney’s blog. Still, it was a wonderful night, and still a huge highlight was seeing Keith Patton take out the Best Mobile Application award for Alphajax. Keith is incredibly deserving, having put in many long hours and late… Continue reading Windows Phone 7 App Wins Prestigious NZ Award