Windows Mobile gets a makeover?
Windows Mobile is the latest Microsoft product to get a facelift: MSMobileNews.com has turned up screenshots of a new version codenamed "Crossbow." The fonts and icons pick up themes from Microsoft's upcoming Vista desktop operating system. Windows Mobile used to be a relatively geeky option for clunky PDA phones, but it's now an increasingly common option on sleek smartphones: Motorola's Q has it, as does Palm's Treo 750v. Engadget notes that the "Crossbow" upgrade is not, unfortunately, the long-awaited new "Photon" version of Windows Mobile, but it does feature more integration with Office 2007.
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