Microsoft Has Postponed First Major Windows Phone 7 Update Discussion

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  1. Ed Hardy

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    An update to Windows Phone 7 that will bring support for cut, copy, and paste has been delayed. It was originally scheduled for release this week, but problems with an earlier update have pushed its debut back.

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  2. Hook

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    Maybe MS should have poured that billion into Phone 7 instead of paying off the Finland National Debt. ;)
     
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    Everything with WP7 is...can't.....not yet.....it will come...buying nokia will fix everything.....hey look, it's got a built in ecosystem and user experience.:rolleyes:
     
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    And 'thousands of apps' (or so the ads say).
     
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