Windows Phone 7 is Microsoft’s latest attempt at making a mobile OS that somebody might actually want to use. And this time around, Microsoft seems to have been extremely successful. Windows Phone 7 is a sleek, sophisticated operating system with all the power that one would expect from any version of iOS. This is the takeaway from the hands-on with various Windows Phone 7 devices.
Windows Phone 7 has an interface that is unique compared to all of the other smartphones that are around today. Everything in the phone, from integrated functions to applications, are put in tiles on the home screen. Even calendar events can be one of these calendars.
Messaging capabilities on this phone are great. A user can connect the phone either to a Facebook or a Windows Live account to save everything to the internet. The on-screen keyboard is excellent and very quick …
Since the introduction of telegraph and phones lines in the 19th century voice communication between people separated by distances each and every day has become a necessity. When phones were first introduced you would call the exchange and ask for the number and the telephone operator would connect you. Then with further developments the phone exchange became automated and you dialled the number yourself and the connection went through. Even the styles of phones have had many changes over the century from a black box to the slim line cordless phone, from jiggling the lever, through to the round dial and now push buttons
Now, with advances in technology we have VoIP or Voice over Internet Protocol. This technology connects users in an entirely different way from the ordinary analogue phone which used voice only. With analogue phones the signals are transmitted through wires but VoIP converts your voice to …