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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Closely following the release of the Droid Razr Purple and Droid Razr Maxx, the Droid 4 essentially closes out Verizon's CES agenda from last month. Not that I'm concerned, but I wonder if there are additional "Droid" models in the pipeline. What will Verizon do next?. It's a new month so that must mean it's time for yet another Droid from Verizon. Verizon's next Android flagship, the Droid 4, now could be on deck for a February 9 release.

CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Yet "Windows Phone 7" is exactly how CEO Steve Ballmer introduced the platform and its first nine handsets in 2010, and it's how people have commonly referred to the operating system--including ghostek nautical series iphone x waterproof case - black CNET, It isn't that anyone who uses the phrase is wrong, it's that "Windows Phone 7"--or "WP7" in shorthand--refers to a specific version of the OS, You wouldn't call the operating system shaping iPhones and iPad the "iPhone," for instance, nor use "Ice Cream Sandwich" to comment on all Android phones in general..

Yet it wasn't long ago when some well-intentioned CNET readers chastised the mobile crew for referring to "Windows 7 phones," suggesting that we should call them "Windows Phone 7 phones" or "Windows Phone 7 devices" to be accurate. Either way, it's an unnecessary mouthful. A question of identityMucking up naming conventions even more is the fact that what's out on Microsoft-powered phones right now isn't even Windows Phone's seventh iteration, it's its first. If it makes you feel any better, you can dump the blame for clumsy nomenclature back on Microsoft, which stumbled on its footing when first reinventing its mobile OS.

The shift from Windows Mobile to Windows Phone was a dramatic one involving completely overhauled code and a fresh visual design, But on the business end, Microsoft had to worry about messages of continuity in its mobile history, and in its overall brand, Remember, before (and even after) Apple's iPhone kicked off the smartphone revolution, Microsoft had an important mobile presence in Windows Mobile, When that platform, which largely represented the desktop OS writ small, faded out at Windows Mobile 6.5, Microsoft wanted to create a bridge between the old and ghostek nautical series iphone x waterproof case - black the new that honored Microsoft's past work and sent a message that despite starting from scratch, they were hardly mobile "n00bs."..

In addition, Microsoft made a decision to generate some cohesion among its computing platforms in general, and with Windows 7 in the works on the desktop side, the phone OS should match. In the same spirit, Microsoft appears to be timing the release of Windows 8 to more or less coincide on the desktop, tablet, and phone. So now that we're starting to hear more about the next iteration of Windows-based smartphones, now's the time to ditch the version number and start referring to "Windows phones" just like that--that is, unless you really are talking about Windows Phone 7, 7.5, 8, and so on.


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