New Windows Phone 7 post-Mango build 8200 feature: Content search

Remember the 7.10.8200 build of Windows Phone 7 that was spotted just a few days ago ? Well here’s a shot of a new feature found in this post-Mango build (Tango? Bozo? Bingo?) similar iOS’s spotlight search. Content Search essentially allows the user to search for content on the device (music,messages,mails contacts apps etc).

Nothing groundbreaking here but definitely something  that would have been great to have it in Mango (if this whole thing isn’t a fake obviously)…

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Google accuses Microsoft, Apple and Oracle of anti-competitive attack against Android

Google apparently isn’t really fond of the competition in the mobile market (and everywhere else I guess) based on the missive against Microsoft, Apple and Oracle that the company’s Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer, David Drummond posted today. I must admit this whole thing sounds really childish especially coming from a big company like Google. What’s even worst is that it’s factually wrong in some cases. First Google is apparently pissed off because the company lost the bid to win the Nortel’s patents a few weeks ago:

They’re doing this by banding together to acquire Novell’s old patents (the “CPTN” group including Microsoft and Apple) and Nortel’s old patents (the “Rockstar” group including Microsoft and Apple), to make sure Google didn’t get them

Sorry Google, but you played and you lost. Unless your 3.14 Billion bid for the patents was just for fun ? If the these patents are “bogus” why bid for them in the first place? Why not talk about the fact that you refused Microsoft’s offer to join the bid? Email proof here.

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