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The mobile OS running on this old Toshiba TG01 looks like Windows Phone 7 and it mostly acts like Windows Phone 7. But in reality it's a clever user interface skin covering up Windows Mobile 6.5.


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At the moment, there's a huge opportunity for small, independent developers to make their millions by making applications for smartphones. So if you can handle a bit of code, this is how you get started for each of the main smartphone platforms.


As we see in this full features rundown clip, the Windows Phone 7 interface is filled with simple, beautiful animations not so dissimilar to the Zune HD.