Purity–A Free Highly Addictive Puzzler For Windows Phones

If you haven’t given Purity a try yet, now’s the right time. It’s a tile-base puzzler that’s really addictive. In fact, the first time I tried it I got sucked into...

Before I Had My Current Phone I Had…

Just saw this picture on Twitter and it made me think about my phone history. I went from a Samsung flip phone to a Treo 600, to a Treo...

Castlevania Puzzle (WP7 Xbox Live) Available For $7?!

As we mentioned yesterday, today’s Xbox Live Windows phone title is Castlevania Puzzle: Encore of the Night from Konami. Yesterday I wrote “The iPhone version is $.99 but since it’s an...

Classic Lite Brite Game Available for Windows Phones (Free)

Take a little nostalgia and put it on a $500 phone and you’ve got a hit. The child hood experience of lite brite is now available for Windows Phones for free....

Mobility Digest Forums talking Windows Phone

Hi everyone, I just wanted to take a very quick second and promote our Mobility Digest Forums. We may not be the biggest, but we have some great people that are...

Microsoft Continues to Cater to Devs By Releasing Mango Soon?

How soon?  Try about 4 weeks soon. Speaking informally at a Windows Phone Mango VIP event in London on Tuesday, Achim Berg, Microsoft’s corporate vice president of Windows Phone marketing...

Next Week’s Windows Phone Xbox Live Title Is Enigmo

Cat is out of the bag: Watch for “Enigmo” for just $2.99, available in the Games marketplace next week! So what is Enigmo? It’s a 3D puzzler. Here’s the description...

I Don’t Like The Bing Update For iPhone

I'm not one of the cool people around Mobility Digest that has a Windows iPhone. I am the only iPhone user here and have enjoyed using Bing on my iPhone. But the new...

MobilityLeaks: So You Can Run and Tell That, Homeboy

Obviously we have trash talkers amidst our writing staff so y’all need to hide your hide your kids, hide your wife, hide yo’ IP address and hide your husband ‘cause they...

The App Store is More Open Than Marketplace

When we first learned about the restrictions for submitting apps to the Windows Phone Marketplace there were immediate comparisons to Apples App Store and it generally seemed like they would end...