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Microsoft execs gave a peek at Windows Phone 7, known as Mango, which will be available in the fall. Larry Dignan says it's becoming clear that Mango is a set-up for Microsoft’s Nokia partnership. And Mary Jo Foley writes about what Microsoft didn't say.
Here's a look at some of the features of Mango beginning with the start screen.
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