Microsoft has shown off the future of their Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system today at the Mobile World Congress, confirming plans to add Copy/Paste functionality, multitasking, Internet Explorer 9, Office support in the cloud and Twitter integration.
Andy Lees, president of Microsoft's Mobile Communications Business says the new features will hit the operating system in 2011, starting with copy/paste.
That function will be added in March.
For all the rest of the features, Microsoft simply says "in 2011."
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They are also adding Kinect integration. IE9 I'm really excited about.
Just got my Samsung Focus from work and after playing with it for a couple of days I really truly love it. How it handles web-based media and local media is pretty freaking genius. The xbox live is also really cool. Ranking up achievement points on your phone never gets old. It'll be a shame if this OS doesn't take off because MS has created something great here that's only going to get better in the coming year.
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