Windows Phone Live "remote wipe, location, and sync" for Windows Phone 7 device

Andy Lees at WPC, said that "an all-new Windows Phone Live website will figure prominently into the Windows Phone 7 equation when devices launch toward the end of 2010." It looks the "site is divided into two, arguably equally important parts: a sync function, which lets you transfer photos directly from your phone (a la […]

Andy Lees at WPC, said that "an all-new Windows Phone Live website will figure prominently into the Windows Phone 7 equation when devices launch toward the end of 2010." It looks the "site is divided into two, arguably equally important parts: a sync function, which lets you transfer photos directly from your phone (a la Kin Studio, perhaps?), move OneNote content, synchronize contacts, and so on, and a suite of tools for dealing with a lost or stolen device -- you'll be able to remotely wipe it, locate it, lock it, or just make it ring until you drive the thief out of his gourd."

On a related note, Lees is also announcing that we'll be seeing the first volley of Windows Phone 7 devices in five languages -- English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish -- and that Windows Phone Marketplace (Windows Phone 7) will be available in 17 countries out of the gate.

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