At CES in Las Vegas, Microsoft showcasing progress made on Windows Phone 7 since it was unveiled in Nov last year.
Microsoft says, "Since then we've launched nine phones with 60 mobile operators in 30 countries while continuing to add new, high-quality apps to the Marketplace with over 5,500 to date. Meaning Windows Phone owners get access to more than 100 new apps every 24 hours and more than half of our customers are downloading a new app every day."
Microsoft on WP update says "Over the next few months we'll be delivering a series of platform improvements in an effort to continue to enhance the products. The updates will be released automatically and will include a few changes. They'll include the addition of copy and paste capabilities and significant improvement in performance when loading or switching between apps.
We also will release a version of the software which'll allow our phone partners to release new Windows Phones on the Sprint and Verizon networks in the first half of 2011."
The following apps are shown at CES today: Kindle, Fruit Ninja, Pocket God.