A resident Microsoft pundit from ZDNet US retweeted a tweet from a Microsoft employee saying that “every single Microsoft employee will get a Windows Phone 7” device.
By “every single”, sources are saying that this means every Microsoft employee around the world (over 90,000 employees), and by around the world we assume that this will very well include Malaysia as well.
What does this mean? It means Microsoft is going big with the Windows Phone 7 platform, but that’s a given. What is interesting to note is that if the dogfooding is done simultaneously across all the Microsoft offices around the world, then it would mean that the Windows Phone 7 could reach Malaysia as early as October.
If this is indeed true that things will get very, very interesting indeed. We’ve seen demos of the Windows Phone 7 and it looks good. There’s a lot of potential for the platform but as always, the proof is in eating the pudding and we’ll be right at the front of the line when Microsoft does announce that the Windows Phone 7 is coming to Malaysia.
Who’s going to bet that Maxis will be the first telco to offer Maxis Phone 7 plan bundle?
Why not turn the call-dropping prone antenna flaw into a product feature.
iPhone 4: now with optional secondary “end call” button. LOLs.
Do note that this is not real and no such sticker exists for you to purchase.
Danny will tie a HTC EVO 4G to a weather balloon and set it free to achieve its maximum altitude. On its way up, the HTC EVO will be programed to take video and pictures whilst at the same time send back location information so that followers can track its location.
Once the balloon reaches its maximum altitude, it will burst and the HTC EVO will parachute to earth safely. The data gathered from the phone will be shared with the world.
Here’s what I’ll be using the funds for:
Piers wants to share the application with other Android users so they to can send devices into space with weather balloons.
Want to know about the Astdroid, click here.
Head on over to after the jump to see a video of Danny Piers pitching his project for your funds.
When Skype 2.0 was announced, many were happy to see that Skype voice calls are allowed over 3G Network. Previously you’re only able to make calls via WiFi. However this voice call over 3G feature was expected to end in August with possibility of Skype offering paid subscription.
Now Skype 2.0 has been updated with the ability to handle VOIP running in the background with iOS4 multi tasking capabilities. It is also interesting to note that voice calls over 3G networks has been extended until end of 2010. After that a “small” monthly fee will be applicable if you wish to continue. No details on the “small” monthly fee yet but for now, enjoy Skype to Skype free calls while you can.
You can download Skype from the AppStore.
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