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Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) for Windows Phone was also showcased at Mobile World Congress yesterday, which supports HTML5 and has the same hardware accelerated graphics you’ll find on the PC version. Check out the video demo after the break, where Joe Belfiore, Corporate Vice President of Windows Phone Program Management, managed to sneak in a cheeky comparison with the iPhone 4’s Safari web browser.

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Part of Microsoft’s announcement of the new Windows Phone update at Mobile World Congress yesterday, included the addition of multitasking to the platform that’s rapidly gaining popularity. Yes you heard that correctly, believe it or not, multitasking is also not yet available on Windows Phone 7, but the new update which is due to be released next month, will finally bring this imperative feature to Windows Phone users. Hit the jump to see how it will work in the presentation video from MWC.

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Microsoft hit the stage at Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona yesterday to announce some upcoming features for Windows Phone 7. After the recent partnership announcement with Nokia, it was always going to be interesting to see what Steve Ballmer had in store for Windows Phone users. Hit the jump to find out what’s headed to Windows Phone 7 users and ultimately to a Nokia Windows Phone device later this year.

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Ovi Maps for Mobile v3.06 has received an update taking it out of the beta stages into a final build v3.06(587). The new updated allows you to have more freedom in terms of customising the Maps homescreen user interface to make it relevant to you. The search experience has also been improved as well as a new drive assistance mode with live traffic flow. Hit the jump for the full changelog.

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