More Windows Mobile 7 info: Silverlight is here to stay

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MSFTkitchen (aka UXEvanglist) compiled a list of several LinkedIn profiles mentioning Windows Mobile 7. As you will see it corfirms what I’ve been saying all along. First, Motorola was/is heavely involved in Windows Mobile 7 (see here), second, Silverlight is going to be a big part of WM7 (see my predictions here):
Windows Mobile 7 Motorola RSS Reader Application and New UI Controls
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Windows Mobile 7 Labs and Add-on Projects
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Windows Mobile 7 Mirage UK BSP
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Windows Mobile 7 Launch SharePoint Web Site
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Motorola Windows Mobile 7-based Smart Phone
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Qualcomm DirectShow-based Components for Windows Mobile 7
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Touch Gesture Support in Windows Mobile 7
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Windows Mobile 7 Silverlight Applications
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Internet Explorer Mobile 7 for Windows Mobile 7
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Qualcomm Video Encoding on Windows Mobile 7
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Windows Mobile 7 Modular Client for MTP Protocol
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Motorola USB Stack on Windows Mobile 7
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Windows Mobile 7 Browser Platform Team
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Windows Mobile 7 Game UX
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Windows Mobile 7 Prototypes for Soft Keyboard Input Methods
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For more Windows Mobile 7 info click here

Source: LinkedIn via MSFTKitchen