Verizon’s HTC EVO / Desire HD emerges in the wild

It now looks like Verizon may be getting its own version of the HTC EVO 4G pretty soon based on a couple leaked pictures. The device definitely looks like it belongs to the 4.3″ family which was introduced to the world nearly a year ago with the HTC HD2. The design seems to be a mix between the EVO 4G (kickstand) and the upcoming HTC Desire HD.

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Neat looking London Travel application for Windows Phone 7 video preview

Here’s a pretty cool looking application for Windows Phone 7 save called Lodon Travel. The application is currently being developed by three guys in the UK (two of them seem to have a pretty good experience with Silverlight). As you can see in the video the application is packed with features like transportation lines, live cameras feeds, news updates etc and currently runs without any major problem on a development device. Head over after the break to check in out:

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Verizon pushing Adnroid 2.2 update to the HTC Droid Incredible today

Time for some Android news courtesy of Verizon. The company has just announced via Twitter that the much anticipated Android 2.2 / Froyo update fro the HTC Droid Incredible is starting to be pushed OTA today. As it was previsouly unveiled theis update will enable 720P video recording among other features that you can see below:

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Bing Maps Technical Evangelist becomes Sr. PM of Bing Mobile

Those of you who have been closely following Microsoft’s Bing and Bing Maps products surely know who Chris Pendleton is. He is announcing today that he will step down from his job as a Bing Maps Technical Evangelist in two weeks to become the Sr Program Manager of Bing Mobile and oversee the development of new unannounced features:

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Windows Live Sync makes a U-Turn and becomes Windows Live Mesh..Again

 

Microsoft doesn’t seem to be afraid to change things up lately. After dropping the ”Series” from Windows Phone 7, canning the Kin devices only a few weeks after launching them they are now re-branding the recently announced (and in Beta) Windows Live Sync service back to Windows Live Mesh (Live sync is/was based on Live Mesh). Microsoft has apparently listened to the beta user complaints and decided to bump the sync storage to 5Gb like it originaly was in Live Mesh and also re-brand the whole thing Windows Live Mesh. Unfortunately there’ still no mobile support yet (Live Mesh had Windows Mobile support) but I wouldn’t be surprised if this changes next year when Microsoft starts to incorporate a Kin Studio like feature into WP7 and updates the MyPhone service as it was previously hinted at.

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