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May 10, 2005

Microsoft Phone Software Runs Hard Drives

Yahoo:  Several months after its anticipated release, Microsoft today released a new version of its mobile phone software (Windows Mobile 5.0.) with the ability to run miniature hard drives and new features like a walkie-talkie style push-to-talk. "Support for hard drives could also turn phones into multimedia devices that could store music and video, potentially taking the place of a separate cell phone and a separate digital music device - such as Apple's iPod music player..."

--Windows Mobile 5.0 = Windows Mobile 2005
--Windows Mobile 2005 (aka Magneto) LEAKED!
--Microsoft Unveils New Windows Mobile


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