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Microsoft recently held a Windows Phone preview event, meant to show off some of the new updates coming to the platform. As expected, the topic of focus was Mango, the next OS version of Windows Phone. Apparently Mango will bring forward 500 new features to "push the boundaries of the smartphone experience around communications, apps, and the Internet."

One of the new features included will be "Threads", which will allow users to switch between text, Facebook chat, and Windows Live Messenger within the same conversation. It will also bring improvements to multi-tasking, make Live Tiles more dynamic and information-filled, feature Internet Explorer 9, and much more.

According to the press release, Windows Phone Mango will be available on new devices being shipped this fall, and while the update should coincide with that time frame, they state "update timing will be provided closer to availability." We'll be sure to let you know once more information is made available.


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Rogers has introduced a new option for those looks to stay away from contracts, or simply use their service temporarily, and it comes in the form of prepaid BlackBerry plans. Pricing for these new options is set at $40 and $55, with the main difference being that the $40 package includes unlimited calling from 3pm - 6pm daily, while the $55 plan offers unlimited evenings and weekends starting at 6pm. With both options, users get to choose between unlimited e-mail, or unlimited Social Networking, and will get unlimited IM services for use with application such as BlackBerry Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, and Google Talk.


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Thanks to an advertisement being posted online, we know that Rogers is set to introduce a new $40 student plan that features unlimited local MY5, unlimited text/picture/video messaging, unlimited BlackBerry Messenger, unlimited social networking (facebook, twitter, etc), and unlimited evenings and weekends. No word on how many daytime minutes are included, or what devices this plan will be available for, but we can imagine the BlackBerry Curve 9300 is on that list. Keep an eye out for this new student plan from Rogers, which should be available sometime in the near-future.


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Rogers advised employees today that the Sony Ericsson X1 has been discontinued. While the handset boasts decent technical specifications, sales seem to have dwindled for the Windows Mobile device due to a large variety of alternate options available to customers. For those inquiring into the availability of the X1 in the future, the Samsung Messenger will likely be suggested as it features Windows Mobile 6.5. The Messenger also features a full QWERTY keyboard, 3.2MP camera, GPS, and HSPA connectivity.


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Along with the BlackBerry 8530, KOODO will also be releasing two compatible data plans for users to choose from - BlackBerry Social, and BlackBerry Connect.

The BlackBerry Social plan will cost $10/month, and provides unlimited access to applications such as BlackBerry Messenger, Windows Live Messenger, Twitter, Facebook, etc. The BlackBerry Connect plan is geared towards heavier users, providing 500MB of data to use with e-mail, web browsing, and of course social networking and IM applications. The new packages are expected to launch May 25th of this year, coinciding with the launch of the BlackBerry 8530.


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Rogers has officially started offering the Samsung Messenger, updating their website to include the device as of today. The Samsung Messenger runs on Windows Mobile 6.5, and features a 2.6" (320x320) display, full QWERTY keyboard, GPS functionality, and a 3.2MP camera. The Messenger supports HSPA at speeds up to 3.6Mbps, Wi-Fi, and bluetooth. It comes with 300MB onboard memory, which can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD.

The Samsung Messenger is available now from Rogers for $49.99 on a 3 year term, or $399.99 without a contract.

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According to sources, Bell will soon be offering the Samsung "Messenger" B7330, known elsewhere as the Samsung Omnia Pro. The Messenger runs on the Windows Mobile 6.5 platform, and features a 2.6" screen, full QWERTY keyboard, and a 3.2 MP camera. It also supports Wi-Fi, bluetooth, full HTML browsing, and is expandable up to 32GB of memory via microSD.

The Messenger is an affordable smartphone that comes preloaded with Microsoft Office for Mobile, MyPhone, and Smart Reader, focusing on both business and personal needs. No word yet on the exact release date or pricing, but it's speculated that we should see the B7330 near the end of this month at a price of around $99 on a 3 year term.


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The BlackBerry 8530 is a CDMA Blackberry with a Wi-Fi connection and a 3.2 mega pixels camera. This Blackberry run under the Blackberry 5.0 software with apps like Facebook, MySpace, Blackberry messenger, etc. You can also use memory card expandable to 16Gig. Telus sell the Blackberry 8530 for 24.99$ with a 3 years agreement.


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Bell will add the LG Bliss, a touch cellphone with vibration feedback. The LG Bliss of Bell include a 2.0 mega pixels, a Bluetooth connection, 4 customizable home screens and is also compatible with all service of Bell Mobility. (FaceBook, MySpace, Twitter, GPS, TV, Radio, MSN Messenger and Yahoo)


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The HP iPAQ 910c Business Messenger will be available in Canada in few weeks about information we have found on the HP Canada web site. This device use Windows Mobile 6 Professional with a 320x240 screen. This device is available long time ago in USA but he will be soon in Canada. No price or date for the moment.


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