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Day 1 of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is a wrap! Listen in to this cross-platform podcast as we discuss the Windows Phone 7 news, LG's Optimus 3D and Optimus Pad, some Acer hardware and more!
Windows Phone - One year later
- New features heading to Windows Phone 7: Multi-tasking, IE9, Skydrive and more
- Multitasking support for WP7 detailed & updated with more information
- Kinect on Windows Phone 7 -->
- Microsoft's Andy Lees answers a few questions on languages, Chassis 2 and microSD cards
- Hands on with Samsung Omnia 7 - Mobile World Congress -->
- LG comments on Microsoft's new Nokia partnership, have no phones on display at MWC
Even more Android
- LG Optimus 3D hands-on
- LG Optimus Pad hands-on [updated with video]
- Samsung Galaxy S 4G hands-on (Hint: It's a T-Mobile Vibrant with HSPA+)
- Motorola Pro for Europe - Hands-on [MWC]
- Acer Iconia Tab A500 Hands-On [MWC]
- Acer Iconia Smart Hands-on [MWC]
- Words with Friends now available from the Android Market
BlackBerry is here, too
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