Venture Beat writes: "At its Windows Phone 7 launch event today, Microsoft mentioned that users will be able to sync their content to the cloud and track their devices online — now the Windows Live team has put up a blog post explaining what exactly users will be getting with the new phones.
The big takeaway? Apple should be worried, because it’s clear that Microsoft’s free offering is already more useful than Apple’s $99-a-year MobileMe service, which lets users sync mail, documents, and locate their iPhones."
Replying to a tweet from a curious consumer, the company revealed that all current devices running Windows Phone 8 will be bumped up to Windows 10 in the future.
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Mobile & Apps: "Xbox Music is great, but the service is flawed in ways that shouldn't have existed. If you have a Windows Phone 7 handset or a Windows 7 PC, know one thing - Microsoft doesn't love you. Want the company to have serious feelings for you? Upgrade, simple."