Microsoft unveiled on Monday an upgrade to its mobile operating system as the US software giant seeks to regain lost ground in the competitive handset market, according to an AFP report. Windows Mobile 7 was made public on the first day of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, ending months of speculation about what Microsoft had in store for the industry's biggest trade show. The new system, which follows the launch of Windows Mobile 6.5 in October, is "a major new step in our strategy," Nicolas Petit, director of Microsoft's mobile division in France, told AFP. "It is a...
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